A cold front will begin to move into the region today and tomorrow. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be likely statewide. Rain totals of .50” to .75” will be possible with some farmlands getting close to an inch. A few storms could be severe as a squall line develops along the frontal boundary. The primary threat will be damaging winds.
A big cool down comes in Friday night and over the weekend. Temperatures will fall below normal with a slight chance of patchy frost developing late Saturday night and early Sunday morning. The two week forecast shows temperatures returning to seasonal values. Rainfall should be push above normal statewide.
Rob Wasson has been forecasting Indiana weather for more than 18 years. Born, raised and educated in Indiana, Rob knows Hoosier weather and the communities it affects. Each day he develops a forecast designed to serve the farm and rural communities of the state. For questions about Indiana weather, Email Rob.