Frost Tonight: High pressure will move overhead tonight, clearing out the clouds, and allow ideal conditions for the first widespread frost of the fall season. Many rural locations could fall near the freezing mark. The National Weather Service has already issued a frost advisory for all of central Indiana, with a freeze watch in northern Indiana. Southern Indiana counties may eventually added in some sort of frost headline, but the NWS there held off on any frost advisories due to some concerns on how quickly the surface high will arrive to allow winds to go completely calm.
Sunday is looking like a great day with sunny skies, and highs in the middle to upper 50s. A great day to check out the beautiful fall colors now that we are entering peak season.
Our next system arrives on Monday with some showers....
As that low pressure moves to our east, it will bring another shot of cooler air into our region.
Highs will stay in the 50s through the middle of next week, along with another shot of some patchy frost. The good news is that the second half of next week has a sunnier look to it, with temperatures returning into the 60s by the end of the week.