STATEWIDE–Some portions of Indiana got about an inch of rain when showers and thunderstorms moved through the state early Monday morning, says the National Weather Service.
“Along with the rain, we had some wind gusts reach about 30 mph. Now there’s going to be a warmer air mass moving in for the early part of the week. We should be in the 80s Monday and then reach into the upper 80s both Tuesday and Wednesday,” said Aaron Updike, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
After Wednesday, Updike says temperatures will start to cool down.
“A strong cold front will move in starting Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Then we’re going to see some fall-like temperatures with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. We’ll stay in the 70s through early next week, but it still looks like we’ll have above average temperatures into the early parts of October,” said Updike.
There is also a chance for rain later in the week, but Updike says it is small and he doesn’t believe there will be any “impactful” storms at this point.