MORE RAIN OVERNIGHT
The wet May pattern rolls along. Monday rainfall added another .33" to the monthly total. Now over 2" since the first and measurable rain every day except one, it’s the 17th wettest start to a May on record.
RAIN FOR TUESDAY AM COMMUTE
A front is slowly creeping north Monday night and will reach north-central Indiana on Tuesday. Showers are to scatter later this evening and lift north. Later tonight, more showers will return along with a few t-storms. Locally heavy downpours are possible early Tuesday morning.
Showers may ease Tuesday mid-morning but not quite clear the area. While some rain-free hours may develop, Tuesday looks to be the wettest day of the next 7. Scattered t-storms are likely Tuesday afternoon and evening easing and diminishing overnight into Wednesday.
BREAKS FOR DRY TIME
More extended drier time emerges on Wednesday and Thursday but the rain chance lingers. It will become warmer with rainfall coverage dropping by Friday. Rain chances are with us each day but the driest day, and the day that has the least coverage of rain fall looks to be Friday.
BACK ABOVE 70°
Warming the next few days, perhaps reaching a few 80° temps in spots but much cooler air is due in for the weekend. A cold front will sweep the state early Saturday and temperatures will remain quite cool for mid May. Rain chances look slime for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis race Saturday afternoon.