Tonight: Another cold night is in store! Unseasonably cold air lingers across northeastern central Indiana, with a low of 26 degrees overnight. Winds will be light out of the east northeast at 5 MPH.
Tomorrow: We will be warmer tomorrow than what we were today, but temperatures will still be about 10 degrees below average for this time of year. Mostly cloudy skies prevail throughout the day, with a slight chance for a stray shower or two. On Tuesday evening, scattered showers will enter the viewing area, so make sure to have the umbrella with you! Keep in mind our rain chances are primarily in the evening and overnight hours on both Tuesday and Wednesday!
7-Day Forecast: On Wednesday, temperatures climb all the way to 73 degrees, before crashing down to a high of 50 on Thursday and falling throughout the day. The greatest chances for rain, and possibly some embedded thunderstorms between 6-9PM, comes on Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Rain lingers into the day on Thursday, and possibly may turn to snow as temperatures get colder. We are left with below average temperatures this weekend and into the first week of April.
---Chief Weather Forecaster Maddi Johnson
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