Showers Continue Overnight

Welcomed rain continues to move through central Indiana, and some places have already received over a .25″ of rainfall. 

RADAR Live Doppler 13 Radar at 9pm shows the first axis of rain and downpours stretching from Indy to Muncie.

RADAR2 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