Windy weather is expected for the rest of today with winds ranging from 15-25mph gusting up to 50mph at times. Due to the high winds the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Advisory for ALL of Southern Indiana through 9pm CST./10pm EST. tonight.
Aside from the wind we could see some showers and thunderstorms today. While widespread severe is not expected we could see a few strong to isolated severe storms. The main risks would be damaging winds and a tornado or two can't be ruled out. Currently the Storm Prediction Center has the Northeast half of Southern Indiana in a Slight Risk for severe weather. This area would be the mostly likely to see severe weather today.
Looking Ahead...Tuesday will be dry with mostly cloudy skies. Highs in the low 60s. Wednesday will start out dry with more rain possible by Wednesday night. Temperatures on Wednesday will rise to about 73 degrees.
Rain looks to continue throughout Thursday with a 50% chance. It will also be slightly cooler with highs dipping back to the low 50s.
The cooler air continues for Friday with the possibility of some wintry precipitation. At this point is looks like it will be a transition from rain to a wintry mix. Little to no impacts are expected at this time but to stay close to the forecast for further updates on this . Temperatures are expected to drop to about 52 degrees for the daytime high on Friday.
A cold night is expected Friday night with lows in the upper 20s. This is the point were the wintry mix looks most likely.
The Weekend...Dry weather is expected to return Saturday with highs back into the upper 40s with another chilly night Saturday night with a low of 30 degrees.
Sunday will be dry with mostly sunny skies and slightly warmer with temps back into the middle 50s.
Have a great week ahead!