Central Indiana gets break from rain but will stay cool this week


May is off to wet start with measurable rain falling on seven of the first nine days of the month. On the average, May is our wettest month of the year, and we’ve already had almost two of the five inches of rain we normally see during the month. The extra precipitation this month has kept us cool with temperatures running 6 degrees below average.

After a few scattered sprinkles overnight, this will be a dry week with sunny skies each day through Friday. In spite of the clear skies, temperatures will stay cool. Highs will be below average all week, and widespread frost is likely Wednesday and Thursday morning.

Our next chance for rain will come this weekend.

May is off to a wet start.

May has been a cool month so far.

Lows will be near 40 degrees overnight.

We are past the average dates for last freeze and last frost.

Near record cold is likely this week.

Temperatures will stay below average this week.

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