Three storm systems are coming this week

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Expect a very active week of weather as several storm systems will move this way. The first area of low pressure to our south will spread rain across the state by Tuesday morning. Rain will continue for the early half of the day and clouds will linger through the afternoon. A second storm system will bring a chance for snow showers Wednesday night through Thursday.  Behind this system the coldest days of the season will come on Friday with lows in the teens and highs in the 20s. We'll stay dry Friday and Saturday before a third weather system brings a chance for snow late this weekend.


Expect a cool, dry Monday evening.


Low temperatures will stay above freezing overnight.


Rain will arrive by Tuesday morning.


Heavy rain is likely early on Tuesday.


Rain moves into east central Indiana by Midday.


Rain ends in the early afternoon.


The heaviest rain will fall south of I-70.


Snow showers are possible late Wednesday


Snow showers will linger through Thursday.


Friday will be the coldest day of the season so far.

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