Regional Weather Analysis....
As of Saturday afternoon, a large dome of high pressure was located over central Arknasas and moving rapidly northeastward. This has created mostly sunny skies throughout the region, with continued cool temperatures and light winds. This high pressure center will pass directly over central Indiana early Sunday morning then push off to our east. Clockwise flow around the high will bring our winds up from the south and southwest after the high passes through, which will usher in a pleasant warmup for much of the coming week, and a chance of thunderstorms by Thursday evening as our next cold front pushes through.
Forecast in Detail....
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Morning lows around 32. Afternoon high around 58. South winds 5-10 MPH.
Monday: Continued mostly sunny. Morning lows around 36. Afternoon high around 62. Light south winds becoming southwest 5-10 MPH.
Tuesday: Sunny and mild. A bit breezy. Morning low around 39. Afternoon high around 65. Southwest winds becoming south 5-15 MPH.
Wednesday: Sunny in the morning, becoming party cloudy in the afternoon. Breezy. Morning low around 44. Afternoon high around 68. South winds 10-20 MPH.
Thursday: Increasing clouds in the morning, cloudy by afternoon. Showers and thunderstorms likely by evening. Windy. Morning low around 52. Afternoon high around 65. South winds 10-25 MPH. Chance of precipitation 80%.
Friday: Cloudy with rain showers in the morning, ending by mid afternoon. Much cooler and windy. Morning temperatures around 52 then falling throughout the afternoon and evening. Southwest winds 10-20 MPH becoming west. Chance of precipitation 60%.
Saturday: Decreasing clouds and cooler. Morning low around 34. Afternoon high around 46. Winds light and variable.
Sunday: Mostly sunny and cool. Increasing clouds late. Morning low around 35. Afternoon high around 48. Light south winds.