We end the week dry with cool readings Friday

We end the week dry with cool readings Friday

Clouds will begin to clear over the Ozarks through Thursday morning with sunshine by afternoon for everyone. It gets warmer again Wednesday! Temperatures will be a bit above normal on Monday as high pressure keeps us sunny and dry.

The overnights will be much more mild for the week ahead, generally ranging from the low to mid 50s. Winds will be breezy around 10-20 miles per hour, with occasional gusts near 25 miles per hour, so wind chills will fall into the 30s from time to time.

I have been promising that Wednesday will be the warmest day of the week, and it looks like Mother Nature will delivery.

High clouds should over our area Friday. For now rain chances look very minimal over the weekend, but we will see a mix of sun and clouds each day with temperatures topping out in the lower 70s.

Monday: Mostly sunny. High: Mid-upper 40s.

After hours of sunny or partly sunny skies temperatures will likely have had the means to swell to the 60s and 70s by mid-afternoon Wednesday. Pair that with mellow breezes and you might throw open the windows at your home or business

Our Futureview model shows that clearing line working down to southern IN by 2 p.m., which means full sunshine for central IN by that point. Rain totals will be light before another front moves in to bring even cooler temperatures for the upcoming weekend! Temperatures will warm to near 60.

Rain showers look possible starting as early as Sunday night and maybe ending as late as Tuesday morning.

Sunday: Lots of sunshine and a few clouds.

TROPICS: The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially ends this Thursday, November 30 and, thankfully, new tropical storm development is not likely anywhere in the Atlantic Basin between now and then.




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