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Dry & Pleasant Thursday; Trending Cooler

The temperature roller coaster is headed downhill! Get ready for some chilly mornings ahead!

Posted: Oct 1, 2020 7:26 AM
Updated: Oct 1, 2020 12:21 PM

From the low 80s Wednesday, we are walking out the door to mid 40s this Thursday morning. Evansville dipped down to a chilly 46°. It's even feeling cooler thanks to a combination of blustery northerly winds and dew points in the low 40s. So this is a good sign that we won't be getting a big warm up today.

Today's high temperatures should be in the low 70s under partly cloudy skies. It's going to be another day of breezy conditions, too. Gusts could be reaching 30 mph at times.

The real chill is moving in tonight into Friday morning! Clear and cool conditions that morning will set the stage for what may end up being our coolest day since mid to early May. That morning's low of 42° looks as though it will be our coolest recorded temperature since the morning of May 11th and things don't get much better from there. A lingering weak northerly wind will only allow highs to top out at 62° later that day, marking our coolest afternoon since May 13th!

23° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 16°
Feels Like: 14°
22° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 18°
Feels Like: 10°
23° wxIcon
Hi: 28° Lo: 15°
Feels Like: 16°
24° wxIcon
Hi: 31° Lo: 19°
Feels Like: 12°
22° wxIcon
Hi: 29° Lo: 17°
Feels Like: 10°
After what was our coldest start today since January 8th, temperatures only climbed as high as 25° in Evansville earlier today, marking our coolest afternoon in just under two weeks. The evening ahead will be equally bone-chilling; after seeing temperatures around 21° at dinnertime we'll tumble back down to 19° by 10 o’clock under gradually decreasing cloud cover. The combination of clear skies and northerly winds will allow temperatures to fall all the way back down to 15° in Evansville early Friday morning. Worse yet, windchill values are expected to dive right back down into the single digits area-wide.
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