Tonight: As the night progresses and temperatures begin to rise above freezing, visibility due to fog will be the main threat. Overnight low will remain just above freezing at 34º with mild winds.
Tomorrow: Along with continuing visibility threats on the roadways, a slight drizzle may impact your commute as well. Rain will subside the rest of the day and allow for warmer temperatures to drive into the area. Tomorrow temperatures will hit right around the average for this time of the year at 44º.
This Weekend: Above average temperatures and our next rainmaker move in for Saturday. The Storm Prediction Center has placed most of Central and Southern Indiana under a marginal risk which indicates threats of heavy rainfall and winds. As rainfall totals may near one inch, keep your umbrellas handy throughout the day on Saturday. On Sunday, clearing will occurring and temperatures will stay within the low 50’s.
7-Day: Winter warm up occurs this weekend, but along with rising temperature comes rainfall. Temperatures return near or below normal as the beginning of next work week approaches!
— Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Payton Domschke
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