The cool and damp weather continues today with widely scattered showers likely through the afternoon. The system that is bringing the unsettled weather will slowly move north into the Great Lakes today. Afternoon highs will only climb into the mid to upper 60s, under mostly cloudy skies.
A few more spotty showers are possible this evening with temperatures falling into the low 50s.
There is a slight chance of a light shower Sunday morning, otherwise, it will start to dry out. The skies will slowly clear out to partly sunny skies with highs in the low 70s.
A gradual warming trend continues through most of the work week. Temperatures will eventually get back into the low 80s by mid week, running about 10 degrees above average. Showers and thunderstorms return Thursday and Friday, with much cooler air arriving by Friday.
On this date in Indiana weather history – 1977: Heavy rain fell across west central Indiana, including more than 6” near Crawfordsville. Crop damage is estimated at 5 million dollars.