The National Weather Service has cancelled the Severe Thunderstorm Watch for all Indiana counties. Scattered showers will continue tonight but no severe weather is expected.
Rain is also in the forecast for the next two days. The rain during that timeframe will not be as heavy as what we saw today. Expect less than a quarter-inch of rain. Although the rain will be light, standing water and minor flooding will continue. The rain will also cool us down. High temperatures will be in the 40s Thursday and Friday.
We’ll get a chance to dry out this weekend with highs staying in the 40s and lows near freezing. Expect clouds with morning sprinkles and flurries on Saturday. Sunshine returns Sunday and we’ll stay dry through early next week with our next chance for rain moving in Tuesday.
March has been a wet month so far.
Gusty winds will stay with us through Thursday.
Rain fall amounts will be light through Friday afternoon.
Temperatures will stay cool through the weekend.