11pm Update: Light rain has been falling for the past four hours and will continue through 5am. Areas of dense fog are developing and visibility is under three miles from Bloomington to Columbus north to Shelbyville. Light rain will continue through 5am before ending. Temperatures will hold steady in the upper 30s overnight so there is no danger of icing on the roadways.
So far this year we’ve had five weekends with either rain or snow showers and only three completely dry weekends. We do have rain in the forecast for Saturday and Sunday but neither day will be a washout.
February will end mild as we are expecting high temperatures in the 50s this weekend. Cloudy skies will linger through Saturday, with skies clearing in the afternoon.
Heavier, more widespread rain will spread across the state Saturday night through Sunday. Up to an inch of rain is likely this weekend. The heavy rain combined with ground saturation due to melting snow will cause minor flooding by Sunday evening.
March will start dry and cool with highs in the 40s. We’ll have a couple of dry days before more rain arrives Wednesday. Colder air will move in late next week and we’ll see a chance for snow showers by Friday.
Wet weekend have been common this year.
Expect a cloudy, mild Saturday morning with late day sunshine.
Rain will develop Saturday night.
Heavy rain is likely through Sunday morning.
Rain will taper off Sunday afternoon.