INDIANAPOLIS - Hoosiers were able to enjoy a weekend of nice temperatures, but another round of cold weather is on its way.
Sunday’s above-average temperatures drew many people outside to enjoy their Easter outdoors.
Temperatures in the upper 50s throughout most of central Indiana were ideal for riding motorcycles and taking a stroll around Monument Circle.
“It’s been so cold out, so having the warm weather come in, it’s kind of been teasing us, but its made us so happy, especially my son, because we love being outside,” said Grace Bruckmann.
Experts said April will have more sunny days than March, but spring will evolve slowly.
“It’s been a lot nicer because I can walk to work and I don’t have to worry about layering up,” said Jordan Neidig.
The warmer weather will be short-lived.
Early next week, temperatures will barely reach the 40s, which is 15-20 degrees cooler than average.
StormTeam 6 meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann said temperatures will rebound for the second half of the week with highs in the 50s and 60s.
Hoosiers can expect to be out once again next weekend enjoying the warmer temperatures.
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