A cool night ahead, with lows in the lower 50s under increasingly cloudy skies.
Another warm day is in store, with temperatures reaching up into the middle 70s by mid-afternoon. However, this spring-like feel will come to an end by the later evening hours, as a low-pressure system is set to move through Central Indiana and bring us rain and cooler temperatures throughout the weekend.
Rain is expected to be heaviest early Saturday morning, with scattered showers persisting throughout the day in the wake of a cold front. After the cold front passes, temperatures will be sharply colder and much below average, hovering in the low to mid 50s throughout the work week. Scattered hit or miss rain showers remain in the forecast through Tuesday, before drying out on Wednesday. Cloudy conditions will however remain prevalent throughout the workweek.
--Weather Forecaster Noah Gordon
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