Spring has started off with a bang, with thunderstorms throughout our Monday. More rain chances are on the way, with a brief cool down by mid-week.
Marginal risk continues for the northern half of Indiana for strong storms this evening. Main concern will be the threat for larger hail. Reports through late afternoon have been between nickel to quarter sized hail for areas northwest of Indy. Could see another isolated strong storm or two squeeze out some larger hail through mid evening. Rain chances will quickly diminish through late night.
Watch for some patchy fog to develop close to daybreak, Tuesday. Lows fall to around 40.
We’ll start the day off with cloudy conditions and some patchy fog. Cold front will rip through the state by afternoon and evening, squeezing out light to moderate showers for the second half of the day.
Highs top out in the middle 50s.
Much cooler air will settle in for the middle of the week. Morning temperatures fall to the middle 20s, with highs in the lower 40s by the afternoon.
8 Day Forecast:
Expect warmer temperatures for the end of the work week into the weekend, with increased rain/storm chances for the weekend.