Dry today but rain moves in tonight and an arctic plunge with snow is scheduled for later this week

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More clouds than sun will be with us this morning, with increasing sunshine this afternoon. It will be a dry weather day. Temperatures will be seasonal and top out at 43.


Clouds will quickly increase again tonight with rain approaching from the southwest in time for the Tuesday AM drive. Rain will be heavier across Eastern Indiana, but the rain will not last all day. Rain should move out of the state by 2 p.m. Eastern Indiana will pick up about 0.25" of rain, while western Indiana will only see trace amounts.

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Temperatures take a plunge later this week. High temperatures by Thursday and Friday will be in the 20s with wind chills in the teens.


We are looking ahead to two snow chances later in the week. The first arrives Wednesday night into Thursday.  We'll have some snow on radar for the Thursday AM drive.  At this point accumulation looks to be very light with this system.


Our second snow chance arrives Saturday. The northern half of Indiana could see some accumulation with this. We'll have to continue monitoring that throughout the week.



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