Enjoy the weather while you can temperatures will begin to head South beginning tonight and will continue tomorrow. In fact high temperatures have already been hit today and tomorrow’s highs could struggle to hit 50 degrees. Overcast and a bit windy with an isolated shower or two being possible down near Bloomington before 3pm. After 3pm, rain could turn widespread South of Indianapolis slowly lifting north into Indianapolis. Showers and storms are expected to be heaviest between around 9pm and midnight here in the city.
Overall, rain totals will likely exceed a half inch in the city with locally heavier totals just South. Places like Lafayette and Muncie won’t see a lot of rain and their rain totals will likely be less than a quarter of an inch. Remains overcast through Thursday with cooler temperatures still in place through the weekend. Right now we are keeping highs Saturday through Sunday in the mid to upper 50s but could see temperatures both days flirting with the 60s.
Halloween is still looking a bit windy. Right now rain chances are still very low with trick-or-treat temperatures in the upper 50s. Monday’s high will be in the low to mid 60s.