Sunday rain preludes Monday cool down

Data pix.

Rain increased in aerial coverage across central Indiana and in intensity Saturday night in to Sunday morning.

Computer model projection of radar/satellite imagery.

Expect rain to diminish by late morning in central Indiana. There could be a few scattered showers, but there will be dry time.

Computer models suggest another wave of rain will move north through the state late afternoon and into the evening. Once again, aerial coverage will increase by Sunday night.

Computer model projection of radar/satellite imagery.

While a few showers will be possible for the Monday morning commute, the rain will become widely scattered before ending by mid-morning.

Computer model projection of radar/satellite imagery.

Rainfall totals by Monday morning could be hefty. A four-computer model average suggests 1.70" of rain could fall in Indianapolis. (Range in rainfall projections: 1.45" to 2.19")

Computer model projection of rainfall accumulation.

Winds will increase out of the west-southwest Monday afternoon. This will happen around the time of a dry slot moving through the state, allowing for clouds to break and sunshine to return for a few hours.

Temperatures will be dropping through the 50°s, 40°s and eventually the 30°s by late Monday night.

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