We begin the day with a frost advisory that continues until 9 a.m. for much of the Tri-State.
The coldest temperatures will occur west of the city, especially over in our southeastern Indiana counties. Lows will range from 35 to 40 degrees as we kick off the day.
High pressure is finally moving in for Thursday's forecast and this means sunny skies, light winds and slightly warmer temperatures. We'll climb back to 60 degrees. But the ample sunshine is short-lived due to a fast moving system coming in from the Plains.
This will increase cloud cover for Friday's forecast and even bring in a few isolated showers that morning. Thankfully, this isn't going to derail our warm up into the weekend forecast. We'll jump into the mid to upper 60s on Saturday with mostly sunny conditions.
But the deal gets even better on Sunday as the sunshine continues and temperatures return to the low 70s. Make those outdoor plans, the weekend will be just about perfect.
Mostly clear, colder
Isolated morning showers
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