INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Warm temperatures on tap at the end of the holiday weekend. The showers return on Sunday evening.
The approach to the cold front leads to warmer temperatures and gusty winds of up to 48 km / h in the afternoon. The clouds gradually increase as the day progresses. Highs in the mid and upper 40s.
A cold front will march through the state, triggering a brief burst of rain showers in the early to mid-evening hours. The rain should stop sometime around midnight. Rainfall rates should be less than 0.10 “.
Temperatures will fall rapidly behind the front line, with the lows falling in the upper 20s.
High pressure sets in and breaks the clouds through the day with slightly colder temperatures for the afternoon. The highs reached in the mid-30s.
Tuesday remains calm before a more robust system arrives in the second half of the week. On Wednesday afternoons and evenings, warmer temperatures will kick in with widespread rain – possibly up to an inch of rainfall. The isolated showers continue into Thursday, with the possibility of switching to snow on Friday, whereby some snowfalls can accumulate at the start of the new year. Seasonal temperatures are close to the next weekend.