Good Saturday morning everyone! We have a soggy day on the way so keep the umbrellas handy. Showers moved into Indiana overnight and will continue through out the day, becoming more scattered in nature this afternoon.
Our very far southeast counties are under a slight risk of seeing a few severe storms. Even though the area highlighted has a slightly higher risk of severe weather a strong to severe storm is possible anywhere in the southern half of the state. Large hail and damaging winds would be the main concerns with any storms that became severe.
Rainfall totals will range from a .5" to 1.5" with the highest amounts in the southern 2/3 of the state.
The clouds and rain will help to keep our temperatures on the cool side today, topping out in the lower 70s.
As the system moves east tomorrow some spotty showers are possible but there will be a lot of dry time in between the rain. Temperatures remain in the 70s until midweek then we see a warm up to wrap up the work week.