Rainy but warm monday, cooler tuesday, warm week ahead
Today: Southerly winds of 10-15 mph will continue bringing warm air into Central Indiana, resulting in partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low-60s. This is definitely a good day to go out and enjoy the sunshine
Tonight: The system that is bringing us warm air will also bring rain into the region for tonight. Additionally, gusts of up to 35 mph are likely during the overnight hours, which, combined with the rain, will make driving difficult. Make sure to stay safe for tonight.
7-Day Forecast: Fluctuating temperatures and scattered rain chances will be the main story this week. After the rain leaves tonight, cooler temperatures, in the 40s, will stick around Tuesday, before seeing a warm-up on Wednesday and Thursday. However, Wednesday and Thursday will also see some rain chances, so make sure to carry an umbrella for the next few days. After that, the weekend will see temperatures in the mid-40s, with Saturday experiencing some snow showers. Overall, expect varying weather patterns this week.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams
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