- Limited sunshine
- Another big rain event awaits
- Prolonged period of chilly weather
Jackets And Rain Gear Needed…Without question, Tuesday appears to be the “pick of the week” across central Indiana as we get into some briefly drier air. Enjoy it, as a new storm system will deliver heavy, wind-driven rain and unseasonably chilly air as we progress through mid and late week.
Clouds will lower and thicken Wednesday morning and give way to an expanding shield of rain as morning wears into afternoon and evening. As the surface low tracks closer to the region, an increasingly strong and gusty easterly wind will develop and combine with the chilly rain to lead to a truly “raw” period of weather to close the work week. It’ll feel more like early-March than early-May around these parts. Unfortunately, it still appears as if this next storm will deliver hefty rainfall totals on our already water-logged landscape. Data paints a widespread swath of 2″-3″ totals with locally heavier amounts. Flooding, once again, appears likely and if you live near a body of water, it’ll be important to keep a close eye on water levels Thursday into the weekend.
Widespread rain Friday should slowly give way to improving weather conditions over the weekend: scattered showers Saturday and dry, cool weather Sunday. Speaking of cool, temperatures will continue to run well below average, and lows Saturday through Monday mornings’ may result in patchy frost in outlying areas…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 2.50″ – 3.50″