A cold front has it’s eyes set on Indiana and will pass through the state Monday morning. Ahead of the front, scattered thunderstorms that we’re seeing on radar this evening (around 8p as we type this up) will transition into more widespread showers and embedded thunder during the wee morning hours Monday as the front moves through.
In general, rainfall totals should be around one half inch, but we do note some locally heavier totals can be expected where evening thunderstorms track.
Once the front blows through Monday morning, winds will shift to the northwest and help usher in a much cooler feel of things. In fact, we expect highs tomorrow afternoon only in the upper 60s for most neighborhoods. Temperatures will then fall quickly into the 40s tomorrow night.
The majority of the upcoming work week will feel much more like fall, including an extended stretch of lows in the 40s to lower 50s and highs in the 60s. We’ll have to keep a close eye on the late week forecast for rain prospects in association with a cut off upper low. More details on that in the AM. Make it a great evening.