Given all the attention we’ve given the Southeast the last couple of days, rightfully, let’s take a look at what’s happening in Indiana!
At 353pm EDT, the temperature at Terre Haute, IN was 56 degrees under fair skies. High pressure over the Midwest/OH Valley is keeping the area dry and quiet today, behind a cold front that’s helping to sweep Michael through the Mid-Atlantic and out into the ocean. A disturbance over the Four Corners region looks to eject out into the Central Plains tomorrow morning. This disturbance will shift through the area Friday evening, bringing some scattered rain showers with it as it moves through. Activity should trail off by the late-evening hours and Saturday sees another area of high pressure move in. Temperatures will perk up a few degrees Saturday with sunshine becoming more abundant in the afternoon.
Friday: Increasing clouds, few evening showers. High 49, Low 35.
Saturday: Clouds clear out during early morning, afternoon sun. High 54, Low 33.
TWC: Friday: Afternoon light rain. High 53, Low 36.
Saturday: Sunny. High 56, Low 34.
AW: Friday: Partial sunshine, a little rain in the evening. High 51, Low 34.
Saturday: Times of clouds and sun; cool. High 55, Low 32.
NWS: Friday: Patchy frost then chance of rain. High 51, Low 36.
Saturday: Few early morning showers, then becoming sunny. High 55, Low 37.
WB: Friday: 50% chance of rain. High 49, Low 38.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 55, Low 37.
WN: Friday: Partly cloudy with patchy frost. High 51, Low 36.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with patchy frost. High 55, Low 37.
FIO: Friday: Mostly cloudy starting in the afternoon, isolated evening shower. High 49, Low 34.
Saturday: Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 55, Low 34.
It’s fairly quiet in the Midwest today, though that’ll change a bit tomorrow. We can also see Michael ripping its way through the Mid-Atlantic, bringing additional rains to an already water-logged region.