First day of astronomical fall brings sunshine and warmth. Autumnal equinox occurs at 8:31 AM. Area remains under control of high pressure. The day opens sunny and remains bright except for a few mid-level clouds. Early morning temps from mid 40s far S-SE suburbs to mid 50s city, rise to an afternoon peak in the upper 70s, with a few 80s in spots. SW winds increase to 10-20 mph. Fair overnight. Lows dip to upper 40s cooler suburbs, mid 50s city.
Little change. Some patchy high clouds, otherwise sunny and dry. Temps again rise to near 80 degrees. SW winds 10-15 mph. Pleasant overnight under clear skies. Lows mainly in the 50s.
Clouds increase in coverage, but rain threat stays N, along stalled front, and well S with “Beta” remnants. Temps run a degree or two lower, but still reach the mid-upper 70s. SW winds 10-15 mph.
S-SW winds increase to 15-25 mph bringing a modest rise in temps. Some scattered clouds develop midday, otherwise sunny. Temps climb to the low 80s. SW breeze keeps nighttime readings mild.
Breezy and warm. Temps peak in the low-mid 80s despite an increase in cloudiness. SW winds 20-25 mph and gusty. Approaching cold front raises the likelihood of showers and a few t-storms after dark.
Clouds and a few lingering showers early, especially from the city, E across NW Indiana. Partly sunny and breezy by mid-morning. Cooler, with highs in the mid 70s. NW winds 15-25 mph.
Partly sunny in the morning, then clouds thicken leading to sporadic showers. Windy. SW winds 20-30 mph and gusty. Winds shift W-NW late, sweeping colder air into the region.