Highs this evening rain 53-65 over the viewing area with warm front sneaking into south.
It reached the 70s today in the Indianapolis area & it was 80 as far north as the Cincinnati. Ohio area. Louisville, Kentucky it the low 80s, while parts of southern Indiana reached 80. Parts of western Kentucky were as high as 84, like at the Madisonville Airport.
1. Two waves of some scattered showers & t'storms Tuesday (after morning lows 43-53 north to south). One morning, one afternoon with highs 54-66 north to south by late, late in the day & 60 at Greater Lafayette. Winds east to southeast 10-20 mph.
2. Leftovers of line of severe storms to our west will pass tomorrow night. They will be in slow weakening mode, but can't rule out a couple isolated severe storms. This, with temperatures rising ahead of the line. Temperatures will reach 61-68 area-wide overnight ahead of the rainfall. Winds will turn to southeast & south 15-30 mph.
3. Some rain early Wednesday will give way to a a mix of clouds & sun. South-southwest winds will run 20-35 mph with the highest dewpoints of the year perhaps at 64-67. Highs will run 75-80.
4. Some scattered t'storms may develop Wednesday evening-night. There is the risk of some severe weather from these if they can really get going over our area with lows in the humid 60s.
5. Showers & t'storms are possible Thursday morning, then a break, then more in the afternoon evening. Isolated severe weather is possible with highs 72-77 over the area. Winds will be gusty from the south at 15-30 mph.
6. 1-3" of rainfall is likely area-wide now to Thursday evening.
7. Friday looks dry with partly cloudy skies & highs of 64-69 & lows Friday night at 45-50 as clouds increase.
8. Showers & isolated t'storms are possible Saturday with highs 58-66 with lows in the 50s Saturday night.
9. Sunday looks dry with a mix of clouds & sun & highs 75-81 & lows of 61-66.
10. Showers & t'storms are possible later Monday with some isolated severe risk & highs of 77-81 with south-southwest winds 20-30 mph.
11. Pattern of warm front meandering back & fourth with off & on rounds of showers & storms right up to mid-May. Rainfall will run above normal & temperatures will tend to average above normal. There will be short dry stretches, but you will see the pattern perpetuate overall.
12. Latest data suggests we will dry out beyond mid-May.
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