INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Tuesday afternoon! Temperatures have climbed into the low 60s today as expected and tonight we're looking for lows back down to near 40 degrees. We'll have a mostly clear sky tonight with some areas of fog.
Wednesday will bring plenty of sunshine with highs back to the low 60s with a west, southwest wind 5 to 10 mph.
Thursday will also start out with some fog and a mostly sunny sky. It will turn breezy with occasional gusts to 20 mph and highs near 70 degrees.
We're still tracking a storm system that will move in late in the week. Clouds will build in Friday with highs near 70 degrees. Temperatures will get to near-record levels too. The record high temperature for the day is 73 degrees from 1941. Winds will increase with gusts to near 35 mph. Rain, and possibly a couple of t-storms are also expected to move in along a cold front in the evening.
This cold front is expected to be the strongest of the season with temperatures falling sharply behind the front Friday night. We're in for a cold Saturday and there's a small chance that we see some flurries mix with rain early Saturday as moisture wraps around the back side of the low-pressure system. It will stay windy into Sunday but Sunday looks cold and dry. Stay tuned! --Danielle Dozier