Storms Monday precede unseasonably cool air
For most it’s a been a quiet, albeit rather humid, Sunday in central Indiana. A storm cluster that impacted Bedford and Seymour continues to march into Kentucky this evening… with only a few spotty showers and storms left behind south of I-70.
If you’re heading to Klipsch for the Zac Brown show this evening no worries of rain. But know that it will be humid so dress comfortably.
Expect the Muggy Meter to remain uncomfortable overnight and much of Monday. This will change after the passage of sharp cold front that passes through the state between early tomorrow and predawn Tuesday.
Scattered strong to locally severe storms erupt along the front Monday afternoon and early evening. Any storms should depart before midnight tomorrow.
For nearly a week we’ve advertised a significant, but brief, pattern change for this week. A large dip (trough) in the jet stream will drop southward Tuesday and deliver near record temperatures Tuesday into Thursday morning… with temperature anomalies of nearly 15 degrees.
This equates to lows in the 50s beginning Tuesday morning and highs that may struggle to hit 70 degrees. Low clouds are likely and a few afternoon showers are possible underneath the cold air aloft Tuesday and Wednesday.
Quiet weather is expected Thursday and Friday before a slight rain chance returns heading into next weekend. Have a great evening – Sean Ash