Sorry for the super late post, day kinda gets away from you when its Election Day! I hope you all got out and voted! Let’s take a look at how things are faring in Indiana, weather-wise anyways.
At 945pm EST, the temperature at Columbus, IN was 48 degrees under clear skies (below 12,000 feet). I have to make that distinction because when automated systems report “SKC” (sky clear), the sensor only registers up to 12,000 feet. So, while it may report clear skies, there can still be clouds higher up that are passing over the region like they are right now. A nose of high pressure is pushing its way over the Ohio Valley, and looks to keep the area dry and pleasant Wednesday and through much of Thursday as well. This area breaks down as Thursday progresses and a new area of low pressure starts to develop over the Mid-MS River Valley. Showers should hold off long enough so as to remain dry until early Friday morning when the system really pushes through.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 50, Low 35.
Thursday: Increasing clouds in evening. High 48, Low 29.
TWC: Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 54, Low 36.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 51, Low 30.
AW: Wednesday: Partly sunny; breezy. High 54, Low 36.
Thursday: Clouds and sun; chilly. High 50, Low 30.
NWS: Wednesday: Isolated early morning sprinkles, then mostly sunny. High 51, Low 36.
Thursday: Partly sunny, increasing clouds late. High 49, Low 30.
WB: Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 50, Low 35.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, possible late night shower. High 47, Low 31.
WN: Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 51, Low 36.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 49, Low 30.
FIO: Wednesday: Partly cloudy starting in the morning, continuing until evening. High 52, Low 37.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy starting overnight, continuing until evening. High 48, Low 29.
We see some clouds traversing the region currently, but looks like it’ll be a fairly nice couple of days coming up!