Tracking soggy Sunday; near record warmth before temperatures drop

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Sunday’s rainfall will be broken into two rounds. The first came overnight through Sunday morning. After a lull in rainfall during the afternoon, we’ll see showers redevelop into the evening. A few thunderstorms, gusty winds and heavy downpours are possible. As colder air works in Monday morning and temperatures fall, we could see some snowflakes mixed in with spotty rain showers.

By the time the bulk of the rain has moved out on Monday morning, much of central Indiana has a good chance to have seen upwards of an inch of rain.

After a shot of colder air cooled us off for Friday afternoon, we’ve warmed back up. As forecast, temperatures rose into the upper 50s and lower 60s Saturday afternoon. Temperatures rose overnight, and we’re tracking NEAR record high temperatures Sunday. The record holds at 66° in Indianapolis, set back in 1889. However, as mentioned above, it does come with rain.

We’re closing out the last few days of 2019! This year has certainly taken us on a wild ride. Reflecting on the last few months alone, we experienced several days of record smashing heat to open October. Snow fell by Halloween and many records went down to open November. We experienced the fourth warmest Christmas on record. Temperatures will briefly moderate to finish of the year, including some chances for snow. Those chances arrive Tuesday afternoon and evening. Light accumulations will be possible. We’ll bring you more updates as we get closer to that event. Stay tuned!

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