TODAY THROUGH MONDAY: Rain continues, and some of it is going to be heavy through the day. Because of this threat, combined with the recent snow that has now melted away, the National Weather Service in Wilmington continues with a FLOOD WATCH for Ripley, Franklin, Fayette and Union counties in Indiana through 6 PM. At this time, they don’t expect to expand it further southeast. We will see a cool down today…while we are starting out in the 60’s, the front will crash through this afternoon resulting in falling temperatures to the upper 40’s by this evening. All of the rain exits by tomorrow late day, but not before possibly mixing in some snow showers tonight or tomorrow. Highs for tomorrow will be near 36. So, plan some indoor activities today.
TUESDAY: We’re leaving all precipitation out of the forecast Tuesday, so we stay dry with a high around 39. Lows Monday and Tuesday nights will be around 25.
WEDNESDAY: Our weather remains cold with highs to only 38 and lows near 28 Wednesday night. Yesterday, it looked like a cold front would slide through Wednesday night — this no longer appears to be the case from what we see.
THURSDAY TO NEXT SATURDAY: At this point, we look dry and still kinda chilly with highs between 40-45 and lows in the upper 20’s.
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NEXT UPDATE: The next post here will be tomorrow morning, as I’m still attempting to fight off a stomach bug that has me struggling to sleep. Until then, take care!