WEEKEND AND BEYOND:
After several systems have drenched the area in heavy rain, we’ll continue to dry out over the weekend with high pressure in charge of our near-term forecast. Several “reinforcing shots” of cooler air will head southeast through NWI over the coming days helping to keep us from warming too much–but the storm systems look to pass without rainfall as they lack the time needed to gather Gulf moisture. A boundary between our cooler air and warmer air to our west will set up by Monday helping to produce another strip of rainfall–this time to our west–on Monday. We’ll continue to moderate those temps as we go through next week.
Did you know: Our average high is 67 right now. Wouldn’t that be nice?