Precision 18 Radar is quiet this morning and skies are mostly clear. Greater Lafayette will remain dry through the morning hours, but there is going to be a chance for showers during the afternoon. The rainfall will be associated with a passing cold front. The boundary will not only bring a chance for showers, but also a big drop in temperatures!
Cloud cover will increase through the morning with precipitation chances increasing after 1 p.m. EST in our northern counties. Some forecast models are hinting at a few snowflakes mixed in with the rain showers. However, the air temperatures will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s later today, which means we will likely see rainfall. Be prepared for breezy conditions this afternoon with wind gusts up to 30 MPH.
Skies will quickly clear out this evening ( 8 p.m. EST) and temperatures will plummet into the lower 30s by 11 p.m. EST. Overnight lows will drop into the lower to mid-20s.
Wednesday will be a big day for those traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. Great news for drivers! The area will remain dry throughout the day, but it is going to be much colder. Highs will only reach the mid-30s. Temperatures will be trending about 15 degrees below average.
Thanksgiving Day is looking dry and cool. Skies will become partly cloudy as highs climb into the lower 40s. Temperatures will gradually warm up into the upper 40s on Black Friday. Rain chances return on Friday night.