Freeze warning overnight. Dry next 3 days






If you’ve lost track of what October should feel like, here’s a reminder. The average high is 66 degrees and the average low is 45 degrees. Our unusually cool October temps continue this week.


Mostly clear skies are expected overnight. The west wind should relax to around 10 mph.


A Freeze Warning is in effect for much of Central Indiana. Lafayette, Monticello, Logansport, Peru, Marion, Muncie, Terre Haute, Indianapolis, New Castle,

Spencer, Shelbyville and Rushville are included. Temps will dip to 32 degrees or just a little colder.


A Frost Advisory is in effect for Bloomington, Nashville, Columbus, Greensburg, Bloomfield, Bedford and Seymour. Low temps in the lower to middle 30s are expected Tuesday morning.


Despite the cold/chilly start Tuesday, sunshine will help temps recover into the middle 50s.


Low temperatures will be in the 30s for the rest of the work week.


Plenty of sunshine is expected Wednesday and Thursday. Highs should continue to run ten to fifteen degrees below average.


A cold front will increase our rain chances again on Friday.



Tuesday: Sunrise: 7:56 AM      Sunset: 7:04 PM



Overnight: Freeze Warning – Gradually Clearing. Low: 32


Tuesday: Mostly Sunny. High: 55


Wednesday: Mostly Sunny. High: 52


Thursday: Mostly Sunny. High: 55


Friday: Partly Cloudy – 40% chance of Showers. High: 54

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