A winter weather advisory is in effect for blowing and drifting snow until noon on Tuesday.
Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek says temperatures on Saturday could top 65 degrees.
Northern regions of the Hoosier State are seeing up to six inches of snow, the National Weather Service says.
El Niño can cause warmer conditions in more northern states, whereas southern states will typically experience cooler and wetter weather this winter.
Despite sunny conditions, temperatures could drop to 27 degrees by Sunday morning.
More Indiana school districts are turning towards online-learning technologies to keep children engaged, even if bad weather hits and closes schools.
The Perseid meteor shower is an annual event, but clear skies indicate the display could be particularly good this year.
Temperatures peaked just past the 90 degree mark on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Indianapolis has seen 13.13 inches of rain in July, beating the previous wettest month on record of 13.12 inches set in 1875.
Lake Monroe is sitting at more than 10 feet above its normal pool level.