Good Sunday morning everyone. Yesterday was a very soggy day as the front moved into the state and a band of rain developed bringing a couple inches of rain to many locations. The front will remain stalled over the region through Tuesday causing more rounds of heavy rain.
The Flash Flood Watch has been extended until Tuesday evening for the southern half of Indiana. An additional 2 to 5 inches of rain is possible in these locations.
A band of rain is moving northeast along the cold front this morning. The precipitation will remain steady through about 10am and then become scattered in the afternoon.
After a relatively dry evening the band of showers will begin to fire up again around 3 to 4 am and continue through the morning commute on Monday.
Once again after a soggy morning, the rain and storms will become scattered in the afternoon and evening hours.
Our break from the heat continues through midweek with highs topping out in the upper 70s today.
We have another round of heavy downpours on Tuesday as a system moves up from the southwest bringing more tropical moisture to the area. On Wednesday we start to dry out with spotty showers and a lot of dry time in between any precipitation. Another front moves in to start the weekend returning the rain to the region.