Clouds and early morning rain from an overnight storm complex kept Central Indiana from seeing severe weather late Saturday. While heavy showers are possible overnight as a cold front moves into the state, the strongest storms will occur east and south of Indiana. Due to cloud cover and cooler air arriving Sunday, temperatures won’t move much from morning lows in the 60s to afternoon highs in the lower 70s.
Though a majority of the day and state will be dry… spotty showers are possible after 12pm. But nothing to cancel plans over. You’re not going to notice a big difference in humidity until Sunday evening. The Muggy Meter stays uncomfortable tomorrow, but pleasant air is waiting outside for you Monday morning. Drier air allows us to open the windows and enjoy crisp conditions. Anyone who knows me knows sunny and 70 degrees is my favorite. That’s what is staring us down Monday afternoon! With full sun and comfortable air, it’s to understand why I have Monday/Tuesday as picks-of-the-week. Rain/storm chances build toward the end of the week.