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Forecast updated 12:00pm EST - 7 Oct 2011

A warm air advection (first diagram) into Central Indiana early next week will mantain high tempreatures in the
lower 80's. The high pressure in our area will move eastward, but will keep the strong subsidence
allowing for clear skies. As the upper low and cold front passes through our area (second diagram) by mid next week,
temperatures will fall. This maight bring a slight chance of precipitation by the end of the week. However,
the probabilities are still uncertain.

The weather graphic below indicates conditions predicted by the GFS model
at 8am Monday 10 Oct 2011 (first graphic) and
8am Thursday 13 Oct 2011 (second graphic).  Yellow contours show sea level pressure and the color fills indicate 6h precipitation amount in inches.

today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Cecille M. Villanueva