This is the ninth consecutive dry day for most of central Indiana (you’ve had a drop or two, Bloomington and Terre Haute.) It’s also been averaging warmer than normal, notwithstanding lows in the 30s Saturday morning in The Haute and Lafayette. We quickly rebounded to above average highs again by Sunday. Today’s weather is so yesterday – and that’s good. We shouldn’t be surprised by the Lafayette low Saturday morning. The first 32 degree low in that corner of the state typically arrives between the first of October and October 10. For the rest of central Indiana: the average is October 11-October 20. ICYMI: MATTHEW It’s no longer a hurricane. It did make one official U.S. landfall on Saturday morning, southeast of McClellanville, South Carolina, as a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds. Storm surge and flooding has been the biggest problem with Matthew. Here’s a summary. ICYMI: YESTERDAY’S SNOW ANNIVERSARY?!