Monday 1/14 Forecast: The Chill Is Back On!

TODAY: Here’s the good news: All the precipitation we experienced this weekend is out of here. Nothing is showing up on radars out of Indianapolis, Wilmington, or Louisville at 5:30 AM. The bad news is, this system has left COLD air in its wake. Watch out for ice which may have formed overnight on bridges and overpasses, and which may be an issue through 10 AM. Temperatures today will struggle to 36 but I think we will have sunshine for most of the day. A few mid level clouds may spread in later, but they won’t produce precipitation.

TUESDAY: We’re leaving all precipitation out of the forecast, so we stay dry and partly cloudy with a high around 39. Lows both for tomorrow morning and tomorrow night will be around 25.

WEDNESDAY: Our weather remains chilly with highs to only 40 and lows near 28. Skies will remain partly cloudy.

THURSDAY TO NEXT SATURDAY: At this point, we look dry and still kinda chilly with highs between 40-45 and lows in the upper 20’s. NWS Wilmington has us in the upper 40’s Saturday — but I am going to play conservatively for now, and adjust if need be. The low sun angle may not allow us to get that warm — but if we stay sunny or partly cloudy, we might just reach those numbers. For now, I hesitate to put anything higher than around 45 into the forecast.

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NEXT UPDATE: Other than social media updates (which may still be scarce today as I kick the last of this stomach bug), your next update to the blog will be in the morning unless a major update is needed. Take care and have a good Monday!

Jeremy Moses


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