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Happy Tuesday everyone! We have one last warm and windy day before our temperatures begin to fall and rain showers develop in the area.


Temperatures starting off near 70 this morning will warm into the lower 80s this afternoon. Strong southerly winds 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph will persist into the evening hours.


The cold front headed our way is sitting off to the northwest, creeping into Illinois this morning. The front will move through our state this afternoon and evening bringing some rain showers. Behind the front winds will weaken back to 5-10 mph overnight.


Clouds will increase through the morning hours with an isolated shower possible.


The more widespread rain will arrive in time for the evening commute. A few non severe thunderstorms are possible as the front moves south.


Overnight the front stalls just south of Indiana giving us a dry start to Wednesday before it moves back north Wednesday afternoon returning showers to central Indiana.


Cooler air will settle in behind the front dropping temperatures through the end of the work week. Thursday will be the soggiest day of the week as the front makes its final push east of Indiana. Over the weekend high pressure builds back in returning sunshine and dry conditions.



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