Another chilly night on tap, with temperatures quickly dropping after sunset this evening. Lows Monday morning will again be in the 30s, and some areas may see frost develop just prior to sunrise. It’s a good idea to either cover-up or bring in tender vegetation tonight for protection.
Due to air mass modification, and a bright sky, temperatures Monday will warm quicker than this weekend and eventually finish in the mid/upper 60s… in what will be one of the better days of the week!
We’re still targeting the time frame of late Tuesday through midday Wednesday for our next round of rain/storms. For the moment we don’t anticipate severe weather, but heavy downpours are fair game during that time. Below is a series of FutureTrak 13 images that show the progression of precipitation the next 24-36 hours.
This rain event will not be as heavy as last week, but this is still unwanted due to swollen rivers/creeks across Central Indiana. Rain amounts will be in the half-inch to one-inch range on average… though locally higher amounts are possible.
Another bout of unseasonably cold air follows the rainfall, with temperatures parked in the 40s Wednesday afternoon. This will be a quick-hitting shot of chilly air… with highs quickly returning to the 60s by next weekend.
Have a great evening and thanks for visiting the blog – Sean Ash