Good Sunday afternoon/evening, a very nice day across the state. Under clear to partly cloudy skies, temperatures have warmed to the 40s across the state, cool spot, 39 at Michigan City. Showers back to the west over much of Iowa and northern Missouri. As you will see in the futurecast, this activity will be approaching our area later tonight and into Monday, back to work and school.
A look at FutureCast radar from 7 pm this evening to 7 pm Monday evening, rain will continue to make its approach to Indiana, finally moving into the state by late evening. There could be a break in the action, before heavier rain move in for the evening hours. A few rumbles of thunder will also be possible as there will be a little bit of instability in the atmosphere. In addition, winds could gust up to 35 mph during the day on Monday and continuing into Monday night.
By the time the rain ends, forecast models are indicating that at least an inch of rainfall will be possible, with locally higher amounts, which is good news for those in southern Indiana where a moderate to severe drought is ongoing. We will have a new update on Monday morning with the forecast. Have a great evening!
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