Dry and warm Sunday ahead of a soggy Monday

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Happy Sunday! You are waking up to mostly clear skies and a little bit of patchy fog. We will enjoy a sunny start with increasing clouds this afternoon as temperatures climb into the lower 50s.


Overnight a system to our west will push in a round of rain for the morning commute.


There will be a little dry time midday before steady rain and a few thunderstorms develop in the afternoon hours.



Rainfall totals will range from 1" to 2" with the highest totals in southern Indiana.


An isolated shower is possible Tuesday morning as the system moves off to the east. Clouds will decrease through the day Tuesday as strong southerly winds bump temperatures into the upper 50s. A few showers are possible Wednesday as a disturbance passes south of the state. Colder air returns as high pressure builds in for the later part of the work week.