Cut off low brings clouds, cooler temperatures and daily rain chances into the weekend

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A cut off low will spin across the Midwest and Great Lakes for the next several days.  This will keep daily rain chances in the forecast through at least Saturday.


None of the days will be a washout, but some heavy downpours will be possible.  Our 4 day rain totals (through Saturday night) will be around 1″.

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Today we can expect extensive cloud cover, spotty showers and storms and highs in the 60s. The southeastern part of Indiana from Richmond down to Columbus is in a Marginal Risk for severe storms today.  Some of the afternoon storms will be capable of producing large hail, which is our primary threat should storms become severe.


We will keep these below average temperatures until this low departs for the second half of the weekend.


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