After this nice, warm day, rain will overspread the area later this evening with even a few isolated embedded storms. Rain will exit around midday tomorrow.
There still looks like a break for Treak-or-Treating, but rain should return shortly after Trick-or-Treating. This rain, which will be most widespread in the southeast part of the viewing area should exit late morning Thursday.
The remainder of Thursday look dry & cooler. Meanwhile, flooding rainfa will set up over southern Indiana & Kentucky where a total of up to 6" may occur.
Here, a total of 0.80-2" of rainfall is likely Tuesday-Thursday with the heaviest amounts in the southeast part of the area & lightest amounts in the northwest.
Active, wet pattern Sunday-Tuesday means multiple rounds of rainfall & a some embedded storms. Saturday looks okay, though.
Highs 50s to 60 Saturday will give way to highs in the 60s Sunday, Monday & Tuesday.
1-2" of rainfall is possible Sunday-Tuesday.
Some minor lowland flooding may develop mid to late next week along parts of the Wabash from Tippecanoe to Fountain counties.
The active pattern with lots of wind, warmth & wet weather will continue right to mid-November.