INDIANAPOLIS — After a dry weekend with highs in the low 80s, big changes arrive late Sunday along a cold front.
A few pre-front showers will be possible starting around sunset Sunday with more widespread rain developing along the front overnight.
Scattered showers will be likely through the morning on Monday. Temperatures will also be on the downward trend at this point with the warmest part of the day happening around midnight before the front arrives.
Most of the rain will exit by Monday afternoon and cooler, drier air arrives. Temperatures hold steady in the 50s through the rest of the day.
Rainfall potential isn't overly impressive with most of the area forecast to receive 0.10-0.25" with isolated higher amounts within heavy pockets of rain.
It certainly won't make up our deficit which is now more than 2.55" for the month of September, but we'll take all the rain we can get. Indianapolis has only received 0.04" of rain this month which would shatter the all-time driest September on record (0.24" in 1963).