Plenty of sunshine, as temperatures settle back into a November pattern!

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Skies clear and temperatures crisp to start our Thursday morning out-the-door! Most areas reporting light frost, some patchy fog and readings in the middle 30's. Sunshine will dominant through the day, as southwest winds kick up and temperatures jump into the lower 60's. It will be a day above average (Normal: 55°).

Winds will remain breezy tonight and through Friday evening, as another cold front slips through the state. This front will come through dry but will reinforce the colder air from Canada! As the winds relax Friday night, temperatures will plummet to the coldest in 8 months with lows in the upper 20's and lower 30's. A hard freeze in spots will end the growing season for a large part of Indiana! Weekend looks great but cool...

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