Live Doppler 13 Saturday Morning Weather Blog: Back to the 1950s
Temperatures are rising into the low 50s with plenty of dry weather this morning and early afternoon as the clouds rise.
INDIANAPOLIS – Warmer weather is coming this weekend but we will still be cooler than average for this time of year. Temperatures are rising into the low 50s with plenty of dry weather this morning and early afternoon as the clouds rise.
A fast wave moving through the Great Lakes region will bring scattered rain to the west side of the state around 3 p.m. and into the subway at 5 p.m.
It won’t be a long-lasting rain event as most showers come out between 9 and 10 p.m. We will also see gusty winds along this system with gusts of 30-40 mph possible at times.
Skies will then clear and the wind will ease into Sunday night as temperatures drop back into the mid-30s.
Dry weather will prevail on Sunday with the sun returning in the afternoon and temperatures reaching the upper 50s.
We then move into a more active weather pattern with multiple cycles of rain throughout the work week. The first wave of rain comes after 10 p.m. Sunday through the morning commute Monday.
Skies are clear and temperatures are rising into the low 60s on Monday afternoon.
Patchy rain returns to the forecast on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 60. Behind Wednesday’s system comes cooler air, but the unstable pattern keeps rain on Thursday, especially in the afternoon.
Temperatures will only be in the mid-50s on Thursday. Any remaining moisture on Friday could have flakes mixed in as temperatures struggle to return to the low 40s.