Above average temperatures are still sticking around in Indiana. After setting record highs the first two days of November, we are finally seeing temperatures beginning to return to more fall like conditions. Today we reached a high of 68 degrees, which is still over ten degrees warmed than our average of 57 for this time of year. Friday will bring more normal temperatures, with a high of 58. Those rain showers from Wednesday have worked their way well east, giving way to a high pressure system that will work its way into the Ohio River Valley region tomorrow. This will give way for clear skies and fair weather overall. The weekend will see temperatures in the mid 60's, which will carry on into next week. Our next chance for rain returns on Tuesday, election day. Currently, there is a 10% chance for morning showers, so if you plan to head out to the polls early, you may want to have an umbrella at hand just in case.
-- Weather Forecaster Balint Szalavari
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