Chilly change accompanied by some snow showers Monday night
We're capping off the warmest weekend of the year with filtered sun and highs in the 70s.
The shelf life on dry weather is set to expire after dark, as a band of rain and gusty storms arrives around or shortly after midnight in western Indiana. This wave of storms will move across central Indiana between 1-4am, with perhaps another wave arriving toward sunrise Monday.
Though we're not anticipating widespread severe weather, a localized severe gust (>= 58mph) is a possibility. Balmy air remains in place overnight and you'll wake up to temperatures in the 60s.
However, the passage of a cold front late morning/early afternoon opens the gates to unseasonably cold air. Expect temperatures in the upper 30s/lower 40s by 5pm and rain will mix with and change to snow Monday night into pre-dawn Tuesday morning.
Accumulation is not expected, but this will certainly be a jolt to the system after this weekend. Lows Tuesday morning will be in the 20s and highs will struggle to return to the 40s. A widespread frost/freeze appears likely Wednesday morning as clouds clear and the wind diminishes.
But this also marks a turning point, as the air mass quickly modifies and temperatures return to normal Thursday. Have a great evening.