Warming trend and dry stretch rolls on; colder shift into weekend!

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Another chilly, frosty start for many this Monday morning in Indiana. Coats and jackets again will be needed for the morning rush and bus stop forecast. The winds are light, so no wind chill and the skies are mainly clear in most spots for enjoying the "Supermoon" (peak at 6:23 a.m.)! Plenty of sunshine today should move our temperatures into the upper 50s on light southwest winds. Another day above average, something that has been very common this autumn.

Clouds will increase tomorrow afternoon (front approaching) but dry weather should hold and southwest winds should move our afternoon highs to around 60°...btw, no rain chances expected until Friday night! Check out the extended forecast...