Updated 1 month ago by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
Mostly cloudy skies will be our first sign of the coming changes in your Stormtracker forecast. Moisture streaming out ahead of an approaching cold front will keep your Tuesday afternoon mostly to occasionally partly cloudy with highs in the mid 70s. A few showers and a stray t-storm are possible this afternoon but mainly over western counties and into southern Indiana. We're cloudy overnight with a better chance for a few showers and t-storms.
The cold front will sweep through Wednesday morning with scattered showers and isolated t-storms- our best chance for rain. Cooler air will filter in and drop highs about ten degrees, into the mid 60s tomorrow afternoon. Cooler, unsettled weather persists Thursday with a few showers hanging on and well below average highs around 60! Sunshine makes a comeback late in the week but Friday and Saturday will remain cool, expect highs in low 60s and lows in the low to mid 40s. Another cold front will drop southeast late in the weekend, I'm not expecting much rain out of it but it will usher in more chilly air. If skies clear out enough we could see out first good chance at lows in the upper 30s and patchy frost late this weekend into early next week.