A rain jacket and umbrella are needed today with rain chances scattered all throughout the day. Highs will climb to 68 degrees on Monday, which is what we'd consider "normal" this time of the year.
A front is going to hang out right over Indiana Monday and Tuesday, which means scattered showers on and off. While there won't be many downpours at the beginning, it'll be kind of a pesky day where you can't quite escape those rain chances.
Rain will be isolated in the morning and more scattered by lunchtime.
With rain on and off for the next few days, we could pick up another one and a half inches of rain. Expect the highest rain totals north and west of the city.
We've already had a very wet start to spring. At this point in the year, we normally have reached about twelve inches of rain. We're far above normal and have been since the beginning of February.
A lot of rain chances this week. A few showers are expected Monday through Thursday until we get a little bit of a break on Friday.