The rest of the week should involve more rain coming through. Wednesday will involve a low-pressure system moving through and dumping rain around the evening hours, up until the overnight hours.
Then an even stronger system will move through Thursday afternoon and evening, bring rain showers and even a couple thunderstorms into the state. Wind gusts exceeding 25 mph are possible, so because of the rain and wind, make sure to take it slow on those roads. On the bright side, we’ll be in the upper-60s for the first time in a long while.
By Friday morning, most of the rain will be gone, leaving partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies, and highs in the mid-60s for afternoon. By the late-afternoon and early evening however, a large cold front will move through and cause temperatures to plummet, to a low of 28.
After that, the weekend should see highs in the low-40s, with lows in the low-30s, as cool air from the north moves into the Hoosier state. On the bright side, expect sunny skies for the weekend. Make sure that you’re wearing a heavy jacket over the weekend and are enjoying the sunshine in some form.
In short, you only need to keep a rain jacket with you for this week, because the weekend will be nice. Stay safe folks!
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams