Pleasant weather to return to central Indiana

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –After days of rainfall across the region, we’ll finally see things quiet down for a couple of days! Rainfall over the last three days has totaled nearly 1.50 inches in Indianapolis. Look for lower humidity tonight as high pressure builds in. Sunday morning will also bring a fall feel to the air as temperatures dip to the mid-50s under a mostly clear sky. Areas of fog are expected. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 70s with light northwest winds.


As high pressure moves from southwest to northeast across the Ohio Valley through Monday, look for a southeast wind to return to the start the work week. This will allow temperatures to climb back to the low 80s with plenty of sunshine.


Humidity will once again increase toward the middle part of the week as another trough of low pressure skirts by. Wednesday will bring our next chance of rain. –Danielle Dozier


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