Morning showers end; turns cooler before warm surge this weekend!

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Live Guardian Radar continues to track light showers while the cold front moves across the state. Currently, the mildest air of the day is happening in Indianapolis (4 a.m.) right now, as the cold front has not passed through downtown. Showers will be ending before 9 a.m., but clouds should linger well beyond, making for a cooler day. Along with the clouds, breezy conditions are expected from the northwest at 10-15 mph. By late afternoon, clouds will begin to thin, as temperatures bounce back into the upper 50s.

Skies will clear tonight and chillier conditions will settle in. Some fog development is expected overnight and could create a FEW issues Friday morning. Once the fog dissipates, a warmer trend will take hold for the upcoming weekend! Actually, pretty incredible warmth with near record levels through early next week…check out this seven day! WOW…

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