Welcomed rain continues to move through central Indiana, and some places have already received over a .25″ of rainfall.
Note ZERO lightning strikes on the counter. As noted in my earlier blog post, the highest rainfall would occur along/north of I-75… as weaker forcing will lower coverage and amounts in southern Indiana.
Showers remain possible overnight, but should gradually work out of the state by 7am. Kids will need a light jacket in the morning with temps in the 50s. Check the radar in the morning, but many places should be precip-free despite a rather ominous sky for much of the day.
Tuesday will be a brighter day, and likely our last dry day until the weekend. Scattered storms will develop along a warm front Wednesday and are possible within the warm sector Thursday. The next “best” chance of rain/storms after tonight will be Friday… and 1″ rainfall potential exists along a cold front that day. Have a great week – Sean Ash