We have a stationary front draped across the state and is responsible for bringing us rain chances for several consecutive days. You'll want to keep the umbrella and rain gear handy today, but you won't need it until the evening drive. T-showers will be scattered by the mid-late afternoon and then be the heaviest between 7-11 p.m. We're not anticipating as much severe weather as yesterday.
The main severe weather threat will be west of Indiana today.
Between 1-2" of rain will fall between today and tomorrow across most of the state. We're dry on Friday, before more rain moves in late Saturday afternoon and sticks around through early Monday. There will be spots that see as much as 3" of rain between today and next Monday.