Dry conditions continue into Monday before we start a soggy stretch

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JEN1We’ve seen a cooler and more cloudy day here in central Indiana on the heels of the departing cold front.  Temperatures increased into the mid 70s across much of the state which leaves us a few degrees below normal.  Mostly cloudy skies will continue this evening along with mild temperatures.


Skies turn partly cloudy overnight and temperatures remain comfortable, falling to around 60°F.


Monday will be a day where we see a mix of mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies across our area.  You can expect more clouds to the south as those locations will be closer to our next system.  Temperatures will increase to 80°F on Monday with winds coming in from the east at 5 to 10 mph.


A low pressure system is headed our way from the southern Great Plains. This will lead to cloudy conditions by Monday evening and into Tuesday morning.  Occasional showers and thunderstorms will move through the state as this system slowly passes through the Ohio Valley.  This will result in soggy weather for us and the potential for heavy rainfall. This will span over the Tuesday and Wednesday forecast.  Temperatures on both of those days will only top out in the mid 70s due to cloud cover and on going rainfall.  You can’t rule out some spotty showers again on Thursday afternoon.

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