The first twelve days of June ranked the 4th driest since 1871, but rain is falling and daily chances for rain will continue for much of this week.
A cold front has passed through central Indiana Sunday evening. Behind the front, drier air is filtering in to the state. By "drier", I mean dew points are dropping in to the 50°s.
An air mass with dew points in the 50°s will still support shower and thunderstorm development Monday afternoon.
The atmosphere will be set up in a way that once the air temperature reaches 74° scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible. Temperatures are forecast to reach the upper 70°s Monday afternoon.
At this time, the best chance for any rain/thunderstorm development should be over the northern half of the state. However, rain is possible throughout central Indiana during the afternoon.
While overall rainfall amounts will be light, a heavy downpour will be possible.
We'll carry another chance for a few showers/thunderstorms Tuesday PM as another cold front is dragged through the state.
OFFICIAL START TO SUMMER
We're just a few dozen hours away from the start of summer. The Summer Solstice begins at 12:24am Wednesday.