After very warm string of days, colder winter air will arrive Tuesday.
THIS EVENING: Expect a lot of wind and rain will develop during the course of the evening. Temps will stay in the 50s, but the wind could be 15-25 mph, so hold on to the umbrellas!
OVERNIGHT: The heaviest rain and gusty wind will happen between Midnight and 4am. After the cold front passes, temps will fall quickly into the upper 30s. Rain should move out of the metro area around 4am and out of eastern Indiana by 6am.
CHILLY TUESDAY: Temps will only climb a few degrees during the day Tuesday. Afternoon highs will reach the lower 40s (official high will be just after Midnight tonight.)
ACTIVE 8-DAY FORECAST: A weak disturbance could trigger some flurries Wednesday. By late Friday into Saturday, we could see snow showers as another cold front will dive into the state. This one has the chance for some minor accumulations, as does another disturbance Monday. Temps will stay in the 30s for highs from this Wednesday all the way through next Tuesday.