The first Halloween Full Moon since 1944 is underway. This also a Blue Moon or second Full Moon of the month.
Highs today reached 55-62.
62 6 SE Covington
61 Purdue University Airport...Morocco...5 E Attica
60 Frankfort Municipal Airport...3 E Fowler
59 Kentland Muncipal Airport...Flora Municipal Airport...2 NW Crawfordsville...1 S New Market
58 5 W Delphi...6 NE Winamac
57 Monticello-White County Airport...Rensselaer-Jasper County Airport
56 Grissom ARB...Kokomo Municipal Airport...Peru Municipal Airport
55 Logansport-Cass County Airport
Strong, but moisture-starved cold front will pass late tonight-early Sunday morning.
This will turn Sunday into one cold, blustery day!
After 45-50 early, temperatures will fall to 37-42 by afternoon with lots of clouds & some sun.
Northwest winds will gust 35-45 mph. An isolated +45 mph gust or two is possible. Winds will be sustained at 20-30 mph.
IF we can keep the low clouds around tomorrow night to Monday morning, it will not get as cold as currently forecast. Some data suggests that the low clouds will linger over the area well into Sunday night.
As long as we largely clear by late Sunday night, 24-28 look good.
It should range 27-28 in the far north & northeast as that area will be the last to clear. Frost will occur in this situation.
It will be warmer if clouds linger.
Monday looks windy with gusts to 35 mph from the west with highs 46-52 with lows 28-34.
Tuesday-Sunday looks good. Most days will be mostly sunny to sunny. Wednesday or Thursday may turn partly cloudy for a time. After 60-66 Tuesday, Wednesday will warm to 65-70, then 68-72 Thursday & 70-76 Friday & 72-77 Saturday-Sunday.
Storms are possible next Monday evening-night with risk of some severe weather.
Strong southwest winds with the warmth for days will give way that potential line of storms.
Note the potential tropical storm or hurricane in the western Caribbean. Eta will make 2020 the most active hurricane season on record (back to 1851). Landfall around Florida is possible.