Tuesday is off to a dry start under mostly cloudy skies. Most of the day will be dry up until about dinner time and then rain will begin to move into Southern Indiana. This will be a widespread rain event which means everyone is likely to see rain. Daytime highs today will be around 52°.
Showers will continue overnight Tuesday and become scattered during the predawn hours of Wednesday morning. It's possible a few scattered showers may stick around during the late part of the morning before fizzling out in the afternoon, giving way to overcast skies. Wednesday will come with slightly warmer weather with highs in the low 60s.
Dry weather will continue Wednesday night with a low of 57°. Thursday will start out dry with a line of showers and storms moving in from the Northwest by the afternoon. The warming trend will also continue as temperatures rise to the lower 70s. By Thursday night temps will dip back to the low 50s with scattered showers and thunderstorms continuing.
The soggy conditions will continue on Friday as scattered showers and storms persists throughout the entire day. It will also be cooler with highs only in the lower 60s before dipping back to about 46 degrees Friday night. Scattered showers are looking to likely stick around Friday night before wrapping up Saturday morning.
The Weekend...A few showers or storms may linger into Saturday morning before dry weather takes over during the afternoon. It will also feel cooler with highs only making it to the upper 50s. Another chilly but clear night then sets in Saturday night with lows back in the 40s. Sunday will be mainly dry a few peaks of sunshine before clouds return and possibly a stray shower or two in the evening but the chance looks overly small at this point and time. Sunday will be warmer with highs back up around 67°. Skies will remain cloudy Sunday night with a few showers and lows in the lower 50s.
Next Week...Monday starts off rainy primarily during the predawn hours. Rain should be gone by sunrise, giving way to a mainly dry day with clearing skies. Monday will also start off warm with a high of 68 degrees. A few more showers may try to spark during the overnight Monday with lows back in the 40s. Some showers may linger into the predawn hours of Tuesday but should be cleared by sunrise giving way to dry weather the rest of the day and cooler with a high of about 58 degrees.
Out of all the rain the next couple of days there is concern for a flood risk, especially in low lying and poorly drained areas. Reminder: NEVER drive through high water! Turn Around, Don't Drown! Severe weather is not expected at this time.