- Sunshine works in today
- Weak weather maker Tuesday
- Chilly pattern turns downright cold to close the week
Have The Jackets And Coats Handy…After a rough Sunday filled with flooding and severe weather, we’re opening the work week on a much quieter, albeit much colder, note! An overcast start to the day should gradually give way to increasing afternoon sunshine. We’ve already experienced our high for the day (at midnight) and temperatures for most will remain in the 40s today, coupled with a brisk north breeze.
Our next weather maker will pass to our south Tuesday and this could spread a light shower as far north as central Indiana early Tuesday morning. Better rain chances will remain across southern portions of the state, but even here rainfall amounts will remain light.
Dry, unseasonably chilly conditions will prevail for midweek before a stronger blast of chill pushes in to close the week. This air mass will be of arctic origin and deliver the coldest temperatures so far this autumn. A hard freeze is expected Friday and Saturday mornings. Moisture will return over the weekend with light rain possible Saturday night into Sunday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.10″ – 0.30″