Forecast updated 2:00pm EDT - 12 Oct 2011
This is Paul Brandt with the long-range outlook for Central Indiana.
We begin on Saturday, when an infusion
of cool air from Canada will lead to cooler-than average
temperatures, with highs likely to be in the low 60s.
Sunday and Monday should be warmer, at
least bringing temperatures up to seasonal levels in the upper 60s,
nearing 70. Precipitation will be minimal from Saturday until
sometime during Monday afternoon, at which point rain will begin to
move in from the west.
Monday night into Tuesday morning, a
cold front is expected to move through, bringing the likelihood of
significant precipitation, and sharply cooler weather to follow.
Wednesday is likely to witness the peak of the cool weather, with
high temperatures restricted to the mid-50s.
today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Paul Brandt.