Rain showers moving out as a cold front sweeps the area today. A few afternoon thunderstorms are expected in the eastern counties through the evening, but that’s about it. Skies will begin to clear as drier air moves in. Temperatures are running in the low to mid-70s.
We’re finally seeing the rain move out thanks to a sweeping cold front moving through. In the last 5 days, we picked up nearly 2 months of rainfall, with over 6 inches in Casey County. Temperatures will remain cooler than average for Tuesday, despite abundant sunshine. It will be a brief time for dry weather as we’re expecting a midweek system that will bring in a few showers and storms. More importantly, will be the subsequent cool down for the Thursday time frame. Temperatures will cool to the upper 60s for Thursday afternoon sitting over 10 degrees below average. Temperatures will not rebound fully until the upcoming weekend. Throughout this entire cool period, we also keep low humidity levels making it comfortable each day.