INDIANAPOLIS — We haven't recorded any rainfall four days into the month of April.
Rain chances remain low to start this next week with increasing shower and storm chances beginning late Tuesday lasting into Thursday.
A stalled boundary will drop into the northern tier of the state Tuesday evening and will prompt a stray shower or two.
We'll have lots of dry time during the first part of the day on Wednesday before a cold front approaches in the evening.
Rain becomes likely Wednesday night with showers and storms possible into the day Thursday.
We're only a few tenths of a inch in a rainfall deficit for the spring season so drought conditions aren't a major concern just yet.