Our morning analysis shows that the precipitation left behind from the low pressure tracking through NW Ohio is beginning to clear out. The satellite suggests that the cloud cover should remain for most of the day. Any precipitation today will be light and accumulations will be less than a tenth of an inch of liquid equivalent.
Looking at the bigger picture the morning model data and satellite imagery show the trough axis that influenced this weekend’s storm and heavy rain is beginning to exit to our northeast. Behind it upper level ridging will build over most of the Great Lakes and the Ohio River Valley. This pattern will allow the rest of the week to warm up and dry out with plenty of sunshine for Central Indiana. At the surface a high pressure will take over allowing for mostly sunny skies Tuesday -> Friday.