Central Indiana had a dreary weekend with several rounds of rainfall. A high pressure ridge is moving later Sunday night and this will help get rid of the cloud cover and it’s going to last for a couple of days in a row. But that loss in cloud cover tonight will lead to cooler temperatures in the overnight hours.
Temperatures will climb quickly on Monday thanks to sunshine. But a pesky north wind will keep temperatures on the cool side despite the quick morning uptick. We should top out around 70°F with mostly sunny skies and winds from the north at 3-8 mph.
The ridge of high pressure will still be in place on Tuesday, so this will be another mostly sunny day and temperatures should climb a little bit more. But one thing you’ll notice for sure for both of these days will be the lower dew points. It won’t feel muggy, but rather refreshing outside.
This ridge of high pressure will slide a little more to the east on Wednesday and this will allow a few more clouds to return that day but temperatures will continue to climb. This should be the warmest day of the work week with temperatures in the upper 70s and partly cloudy skies. Shower and thunderstorm chances return on Thursday with scattered activity. But as of right now, this is the only the day out of the next 7 that has a good chance for precipitation.