Drying up and staying cool to start the work week

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A chilly start to our Monday morning in central Indiana.  Windshield wipers have light duty this morning with a little drizzle leftover, but high pressure is sliding in which means we'll have a stretch of pleasant weather.

Sunday's high (yes, seriously) was just 61°, which is the coolest day we've had since April 28.  Today will be a bit warmer but still ten degrees below the average high of 80.

We all dealt with a lot of rain this weekend.  As forecast, we had widespread 2"-4" three day totals with a few spots picking up over 5".

Today, though, the wet weather is really wrapping up.  Only some drizzle and fog for Monday morning with a stretch of dry weather kicking in starting Monday afternoon.  Clouds will still be in the picture but moments should be partly sunny.

We'll be below average for a few days before trending up.  With the days getting shorter, though, and a northerly breeze dominating the end of the week, there's a chance we bring those weekend temperatures down a bit as we get closer.  Regardless, you'll be good to go making outdoor plans Thursday through Sunday.

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