What. A. Day! Raise your hand if you enjoyed the warmest temperatures in central Indiana in over three months. Highs soared into the mid and upper 60s courtesy of a stiff southerly breeze.
The air mass over the Ohio Valley is a good 15°-20° above normal… for now. A cold front will ease through the region Monday and you’ll notice a huge difference tomorrow evening into Tuesday.
In fact highs on Tuesday will be in the upper 30s to near 40°. The transition from warm to cold will be wet… with rain amounts in the .25″ to 1″ by Monday 5pm. Most of this precipitation doesn’t arrive until well after dark.
Below is a series of Future Trak 13 images that will show the timing of rain, and cold this evening into Monday. Notice the commute Monday morning will be mild, but also soggy. Plan accordingly.
Your hour-by-hour planner shows temperatures going in reverse tomorrow due to the passage of a cold front.
The middle part of the week will look and feel much like winter. This includes unseasonably cold temperatures and chances of flurries/snow showers.
Long-range guidance suggests next weekend may be wet. Plenty can change between now and then…but looking soggy for now. Thanks for reading the blog and hope it helps plan your day and week.