On the average, June is our wettest month of the year with almost five inches of rain. With over an inch and a half of rain in the past seven days, June precipitation is off to a wet start.
A weak upper-level low-pressure system will control our weather this week. For the next five days, we’ll have warm, humid air in place with a daily chance for scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms. One to two inches of rain is likely this week. After a week with daily rainfall, dry and less humid weather will return Sunday.
Central Indiana saw scattered showers Tuesday.
We have had measurable rain for the past three days in a row.
More rain is likely Wednesday.
Expect a daily chance for rain this week.
Another inch of rain is likely this week with some areas receiving up to two inches.