While our warm weather still has few hours left in it, the dry weather does not.
Today is our transition day to a more scattered shower/thunderstorm setup that will feed downpours north up the I-65 corridor. Due to the scattered nature of them, there will be pockets of modest heating taking place so highs well into the 70s with perhaps 80 for the city...can be expected. The wind is already ramping up outside and that will continue into the night as well. Gusts of 25 to 35 mph will be common.
The main front will push through just after midnight. It will appear on radar is one long skinny like of rain. Once that boundary passes your area, temperatures will start to drop. We will cool into the mid 50s by sunrise.
The low clouds behind this front will take another 8-12 hours to break up Wednesday. This will keep us with a much cooler “feel” to the air compared to the warm weather as of late. The more sun breaks we can gain the afternoon, the more of a “slight” bounce back we can gain in temperatures to around 60 degrees or so.
Thursday and Friday look quiet.
Saturday through Monday look more active as we may finally see at least *some* moisture from the tropical cyclone “ETA” mixing in wither another low pressure from Illinois. That combination should increase our rain chances, but timing and amounts are just too far out of reach to nail down. We’ll be watching it!
Have a Goode One!