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Tonight: A warm front is set to move through the area through the overnight hours, which will allow temperatures to rise tonight. Expect low temperatures to reach the upper 30s late this evening before temperatures rise into the low-to-mid 40s by daybreak. As a result of this warm airmass moving over the cold, snow-covered ground, some patchy fog is possible tomorrow morning.
Tonight: A very cold night is ahead, with some areas of frost possible. A winter-like feel will be experienced tonight, after we have been so warm the past several nights.
Tonight: Clouds will start to increase tonight as tomorrow's cold front begins approaching the area. Our high temperature for tomorrow will actually occur in the middle of the night tonight, as temperatures will be dropping throughout the night and into tomorrow.
Tonight: Skies will clear overnight as the scattered showers and persistent cloud cover around today exits the area. This will allow temperatures to really drop off to around 40 degrees tonight.
Tonight: Partly cloudy skies are expected tonight, with low temperatures dropping into the lower 50s. A really nice night for any outdoor plans, including getting out the fire pit.
Tonight: Rain showers will come to an end early, with cloudy skies expected the rest of the night. Temperatures will drop into the upper 40s.
Tonight: Winter makes a return tonight, as a dynamic springtime weather system is set to move through Indiana. We are expecting rain to quickly change over to snow overnight, possibly mixed with rain at times. With the warm ground temperatures in place, we do not expect much accumulation across our area. Still be sure to allow a few extra minutes during your morning commute, as roads could be slick by the morning.
Tonight: A Freeze Warning is in effect for Madison, Delaware, Henry, Randolph, and Wayne Counties from 2 AM to 9 AM. Make sure to cover up sensitive outdoor plants, as the growing season has begun across Central Indiana. Temperatures are expected to drop to around or below freezing during this time.
Tonight: Mostly clear skies are expected tonight, with low temperatures dropping into the upper 30s along with calm winds.
We are tracking the potential for severe thunderstorms Friday and Saturday in association with a large weather system impacting the Midwest.
Tonight: What a gorgeous day outside! Get out and enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures this evening, as we will start to see increasing clouds tonight and temperatures dropping into the mid-40s.
Tonight: Rain will gradually taper off into the overnight hours. Temperatures will drop off into the mid-40s by the morning.
Tonight: Snow from today's winter storm will gradually diminish this evening and into the overnight hours. Watch out for slick spots on the roads as temperatures continue to drop below freezing. Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch are possible.
Tonight: A beautiful night lies ahead with mostly clear skies. Bundle up in extra layers by tomorrow morning, however, as arctic high pressure will bring wind chills down into the single digits.
Tonight: Dangerous travel conditions continue through the overnight hours as snow continues to add up across the region. Some mixed precipitation may also occur in our southeast counties. Be very careful if traveling tonight and through the Thursday morning commute. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 1:00 PM Thursday.
Tonight: Winter sure has returned in a fury this week as snow showers have continued to cause travel headaches today. These snow showers are expected to linger into the overnight hours as temperatures drop into the 20s. Be careful if you have any plans tonight, as there is the potential for any untreated roads to freeze after dark.
Tonight: Have you had enough of the clouds? I wish I had better news in the short-term, but the good news is some sunshine is eventually on the horizon. Those clouds are expected hang on tonight, with temperatures dropping to the lower 30s.
Tonight: Winter sure has settled in across Central Indiana, with our first big snow event in the books, followed by very cold temperatures. A recap of snowfall totals from yesterday from the NWS Indianapolis can be found here: https://www.weather.gov/ind/nov11122019snowandcold. The bitter cold is expected to continue tonight, with lows dropping into the single digits and wind chills falling below zero for many locations. Be sure to take some precautions to prevent your outdoor pipes from potentially freezing before you go to bed tonight.
Tonight: Hope you have the opportunity to enjoy the weather this evening because big changes are on the way tonight. Waves of rain will move in starting late tonight. Temperatures will fall into the mid-40s as the rain begins to fall.
Tonight: Conditions are going to change dramatically over the next several hours. A strong cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms, along with windy conditions. Lows tonight will fall into the mid-40s.