We are tracking cooler weather for your Monday morning now that a cold front is east of Indiana. The boundary brought the stormy conditions on Sunday and heavy rainfall to Greater Lafayette. The highest totals were recorded in our southern counties. More than one inch of rain fell in Lafayette within the last 24 hours.
Mostly cloudy skies will remain over the area this morning and there should be more peeks of sunshine this afternoon. Temperatures will struggle to rise into the mid-40s today, which is nearly 10 degrees below normal for early November.
Much of the day is going to be dry, but there is going to be a slight chance for showers late in the evening. Precision Futurecast has the light rain moving into our southern counties around 9:30 p.m. EST. A few showers will be possible tonight, otherwise skies will be mostly cloudy. Lows will drop into the mid-30s.
After the light showers move out, much of the work week will be quiet. By Wednesday, skies will become mostly clear with highs in the 40s. Clearing skies at night will help temperatures plummet into the upper 20s and lower 30a this week. You may want to give yourself extra time to warm up vehicles this week and prepare for frost!