Overnight tonight we should see temperatures continue to fall, eventually reaching the mid 40s. The rain from earlier today has moved out, and clouds will continue to roll out into tonight as well. Winds will remain chilly, so be sure to have a jacket on hand tonight!
Tomorrow morning there is a chance for some patchy fog as the relative humidity touches 100% briefly during the early morning hours. Temperatures start off cool, and only get up to the low 60s for the high. Skies will be mostly sunny and winds will be light, 5-10 mph out of the WSW.
Over the next 7 days, we see this cool pattern continue, with high temperatures not breaking 70 anytime soon. No more chances for rain this month, as a historically dry September closes out on the top of the leaderboard for driest Septembers in all of Indy’s history of records being kept. To begin October, we see a few chances for some of that needed rain to return, hopefully bringing more precipitation than we got today.
–WCRD Weather Forecaster Jordan Wolfe