Many locations picked up an inch or more of rainfall since Friday morning. Indy picked up 1.35 inches of rainfall. Even though it's not the most fun being out in the rain, we need it! Indianapolis and parts of central Indiana are facing moderate drought conditions.
Tonight we'll have fog and drizzle as temperatures only drop a couple degrees into the mid-30s. Some areas across south-central Indiana will have a chance of a shower overnight.
Sunday will bring a cloudy sky to start and we'll try to get some sun in during the afternoon hours. Highs will reach the mid-40s with an east, northeast breeze 10-15 mph. Here's your Colts forecast!
Rain will move back in Monday, especially in the evening with high temperatures nearing 50 degrees. Expect rain early Tuesday too with highs reaching 50 degrees and falling as another cold front moves through. Winds will be strong on Tuesday out of the west, southwest 10-20 mph with higher gusts. Futurecast even tries to bring a wintry mix to parts of north-central Indiana early Monday.
Temperatures will fall to the upper 30s and low 40s for highs by Wednesday and as the low pressure pulls away, we may see a brief rain/snow mix early Wednesday. We'll watch this carefully as moisture is limited as of right now. Temperatures will rebound to the upper 40s and low 50s by the end of next week. --Danielle Dozier