If you're a fan of summer weather you really need to soak up what's left of the hazy sun and unseasonably warm air outside today. The shelf life on this long stretch of highs in the 80s ends tonight as rain and thunder increase ahead of an approaching cold front.
While a few storms impact far western/northwestern Indiana this evening... the bulk of the rain arrives after midnight and sets the stage for a wet commute and bus stop Monday morning.
Temperatures fall into the 60s tonight and hang steady due to a developing northwest wind that cranks 15-30mph behind the cold front tomorrow. Drier, cooler air eventually pushes clouds out of the state Monday afternoon... but we'll finish with temperatures 15-20 degrees colder than today.
The first widespread 40s of the season, and since mid-May, arrive Tuesday morning under a clear sky and calming wind. Crisp air dominates much of the week with highs in the 65 to 70 degree range Tuesday to Friday.
A cold core low spinning over Central Indiana Wednesday triggers afternoon showers. This feature appears to linger around the Ohio Valley for several days to keep our weather cool and at times showery.
Above normal air looks to return after the weekend and it's possible we could see highs back in the 80s next week. Have a good evening - Sean Ash