Highs only reached 46-56 with rainfall totals since Sunday evening of 0.13-0.45".
Some showers & drizzle will taper later tonight. An isolated rumble of thunder is possible in the far southeast before the showers depart.
Some patchy fog is possible late with northeast winds & lows 38-45. Some light drizzle may occur with the fog.
Tuesday looks mostly cloudy with afternoon highs 54-61 with east winds turning to the southeast at 10-22 mph.
Scattered showers & storms will move in Tuesday evening with risk of isolated small hail. Timing is 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Rainfall amounts of 0.25-0.80" are likely.
Temperatures should rise from 54-61 to 59-66 overnight with winds turning to the south.
We should drop back to 55-58 by 7 a.m. Wednesday with wind shift to west & southwest.
Some patchy fog is possible after 3 a.m.
Warm front should shift north of the area Wednesday with an isolated shower or two. Skies look partly to mostly cloudy with highs 64-74 with south winds.
Thursday looks windy & becoming mostly sunny. South-southwest winds may gust to 40 mph. Severe weather is possible Iowa to Missouri & northeastern Oklahoma as squall line develops.
Squall line will weaken over Illinois by early Friday morning, then could re-intensify midday to early afternoon over our area with some severe weather risk (MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK parameters show up in data).
Many areas may see +0.50" rainfall.
After highs 77-84 Thursday (forecasting 82 for Greater Lafayette....record is 86 set in 1953), lows will only run in the 60s Thursday night.
70s to near 80 Friday will be followed by a rapid cool-down Friday night with lows 40-45.
Highs 56-61 are likely Saturday to Sunday.
Showers & storms are likely Monday with risk of some severe weather (MARGINAL to SLIGHT RISK parameters show up in data for our area).
Much of the area will see +0.60" rainfall.
Cooler weather will follow with highs in the 50s Tuesday & Wednesday & lows in the 30s.