Unsettled weather will start the week as a deep trough digs down into the Midwest. It could press out a few showers across Indiana today, tonight and early Tuesday. All day rains are not expected and amounts should be light, averaging around .10”. Other than this slight chance of rain, the rest of the week looks to be dry and mild. High pressure will build across the region by Wednesday and stay with us through Saturday. Farmers can expect good drying conditions through this period and a slow warming trend. Most farmlands will still average with below normal temperatures, but nice weather is expected. A cold front will come in on Sunday, spreading showers and thunderstorms over Indiana and ending the short dry spell.
The extended two week forecast calls for above normal temperatures and slightly below normal rainfall 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.