We’re off to a dry start this morning, as last nights cold front that brought showers and storms to the area has moved into Ohio.
Temperatures are running slightly cooler this morning compared to previous morning, with numbers in the lower to middle 50s.
Some patchy fog is starting to develop – that trend will likely continue through much of the early to mid morning hours, burning off closer to late morning.
We’re tracking tropical storm Nate. Nate made landfall overnight near the mouth of the Mississippi River as a category 1 storm. The track will take it northeast, close enough to central Indiana to bring rain to portions of the area later this afternoon.
Showers will begin to work into the state from the south by late morning. Expect more consistent showers through much of the afternoon for areas south of I-70. Along and north of that line, scattered light showers will be possible, especially as we head into the evening hours. Rain should start to pull away from the area by early Monday morning.
Highs top out in the middle to upper 70s for most, but could run a little cooler in southern and southeastern portions of the area, where you will be under that steady rain shield for a good part of the afternoon.