And yes, still dealing with spotty downpours/thunderstorms.
The ground is getting water-logged, so now we need to really watch future downpours for flash flooding concerns. The good news is that they look scattered enough that this doesn't look to be a widespread or prolonged issue.
All of this is explained in today's video plus a piece of new data in about the winter.
Rest of today:
Some sunshine...very warm and very humid.
T-storms re-develop. Southern IN looks to take the brunt of most of them at this time. Heavy rain and gusty winds the concern with some of these.
Spotty t-storms will remain possible even into the overnight. Locally heavy.
The cold front will make some progress through WAVE Country north to south. Scattered thunderstorms are still expected to pop.
The front pushes toward the TN border which will take most of the rain chance with it. I will caution that the front isn't strong, so it won't be able to wipe out all the deep moisture around. This means a small rain chance will remain in the forecast, but coverage of such will be WAY down compared to the current setup.
Next system rolls in. Timing would favor a severe weather event west that would move east into WAVE Country Monday night as a heavy rain-maker. Left-over showers early Tuesday with cooler air.
We will need to watch this one on the timing part. If it moves in faster than expected, severe threat would go up Monday evening. Just a heads up on an active start to next week.