A weak upper level trough will dig into the region today and tonight. Light, scattered rain showers will be possible, but no significant accumulations are expected. A brief shower or two will be possible early Tuesday, otherwise farmers can expect several days of dry weather this week. High pressure will build across Indiana by Wednesday and will keep calm and clear weather over the state through the weekend. No big weather system is expected to move in, so wet soil and fields will slowly start to dry out.
Temperatures will be cool for this time of year, with a chance of frost over northern Indiana Wednesday morning. Northern and central areas of the state could see some patchy frost by Thursday morning. Below normal temperatures are expected statewide through the entire week.
The extended two week forecast calls for good harvest weather with above normal temperatures and below average 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.