High pressure provided mostly sunny skies and crisp early December day. After a cold start in the low 20s this morning, readings reached the upper 30s.
The weather tonight will be cold again, under mostly clear skies and with little wind. Morning lows will again dip into the low to mid-20s.
Dry conditions will continue on Monday in a southerly flow, with high pressure moving to the east. Clouds will thicken ahead of a southern system that will bring a few periods of rain Monday night and Tuesday.
Low pressure will move across Indiana Tuesday, with rain lingering into early Wednesday. Temperatures will stay on the mild side, topping out in the low 50s, before winds turn northerly midweek and high pressure builds in the Upper Midwest to the Great Lakes.
Another Pacific disturbance will swing eastward later in the week, bringing showers on Thursday into Friday, followed by blustery and colder weather.
- Tonight: Mainly clear, cold. Low 26
- Monday: Partly sunny, milder High 50
- Tuesday: Light rain at times. High: 53 (43)
- Wednesday: Rain early, cloudy and breezy. High 58, falling to 43
- Thursday: Showers return. High 46 (39)
- Friday: Showers, windy. High 48 (42)
- Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 43 (33)