A stationary boundary is now set up across Central Indiana. This will keep in the chance for rainfall overnight, but mainly south of I-70.
Temperatures fell throughout the day today and this was due to a slow moving cold front that passed through the area early this morning. We actually started the day with temperatures near 60 F and by 6 PM, temperatures were only in the upper 40s. The front that brought in the rain has now stalled out and will help keep in the chance for isolated rainfall overnight. But the best area for even those isolated showers to develop is mainly south of I-70 on the warmer side of the boundary. Monday will remain dreary. Expect to see a few isolated showers during the day but not constant showers throughout the day. The next best chance for rain is Tuesday. That's when another round of low pressure starts to move in and brings a likely chance of rainfall and even isolated storms. The Storm Prediction Center even has a chance for severe weather with this system, but the outlook put out on Sunday has that risk area starting at the Ohio River and going south. We will continue to monitor this system and if the risk area changes, we'll be sure to let you know.
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