Cool and dry across Indiana this week


April has been a mild month, and so far, temperatures have been 5 degrees above average. We’ve already had five days with highs in the 70s. The warmest day was a high of 79 degrees on the April 7.

We’ve had five days with measurable precipitation for a total of 2.24″ — .85″ above average. Saturday, April 10 was the wettest day of the year so far with 1.55″ of rain. Although this has been a wet, wet month, several cities across central Indiana have an April precipitation deficit.

By mid-week, a cold front will move across the state. The system won’t have much moisture to work with, so we will stay dry. We’ll have a few clouds and some gusty winds on Wednesday. Later this week, we will be cold enough for scattered light frost from Wednesday morning through Saturday morning.

The best news of all is that this will be a dry week. Expect sunny skies each day through Friday. Our next chance for rain will not come until next weekend.

April has been a wet month so far.

Many areas still have an April rainfall deficit.

April has been a mild month so far.

Temperatures and rainfall are above average this month.

This will be a cool, dry week.

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