Cooler air settles in after bumpy end to Easter weekend

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Severe storms blew through last night bringing hail, strong winds, and heavy areas of rain. The cold front that produced warnings and severe weather for Indiana is long gone and now cooler air has settled in! It will be a rather cloudy Monday with highs struggling to reach the middle 50s, after Sunday’s high of 76°. The steady breeze won’t help either but will aid in us drying out the ground.

High pressure (stable, dry air) will slide in tonight and allow for skies to clear and temperatures to tumble overnight. This will create some very cold conditions for Tuesday morning with patchy frost all across the state. Plenty of sun to return though and a warm-up to take us through Thursday before more rain and storms return… here is your extended forecast!

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