It's been a mild first part of November. The first 13 days of November marked the warmest start to the month in 10 years in Indianapolis. Sunday will be a mild day. Expect plenty of sunshine again with highs in the low 60s. Winds will pick up in the afternoon at 10-15 mph.
A warm front will lift across the area on Monday bringing showers, especially in the afternoon. Winds will be south, southeast 5-10 mph with highs in the upper 50s.
Another low-pressure system will lift out of the Southern Plains and bring a couple of rounds of heavy rain to central Indiana from south to north Tuesday and Wednesday. Models estimate the potential of up to 2 inches of rain in Indianapolis through Wednesday. This would be more than half of our average monthly rainfall for November. Winds will also turn gusty Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thursday's weather is still up in the air as models diverge. One keeps us dry while another brings in light precipitation as the low departs. For now, I've left Thursday dry as we get new data in. Temperatures will be above average through the week with average temperatures expected by next weekend. --Danielle Dozier