Rain moves back into the area by Tuesday morning

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Monday afternoon! We had a dry day today with some sunshine coming out this afternoon. Temperatures were in the low 40s after a cold start near freezing. Today marked the 10th day in a row of above-average temperatures.

If you're heading out to the Brickyard to see the Christmas lights, it will be cold but dry so bundle up!


Rain will move in Tuesday morning but be quick to exit in the early afternoon. Rainfall amounts of up to 0.25 inches are possible with isolated heavier totals of up to 0.50 inches.





Another wave will move through the region and bring a chance of snow Wednesday evening into Thursday morning.  Models are back and forth on this happening but I'm not entirely ruling it out just yet. Arctic air arrives Thursday with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens by Friday morning! --Danielle Dozier


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