I hope your garden needs a drink - a wetter pattern is coming soon! Check out the maps below as we time out and add up the rain and storms over the next few days.
Map 1: This is the radar and satellite showing the upper-level low pressure system to our southwest today. Only a few sprinkles expected, with mainly dry conditions through this evening.
Map 2: Futurecast showing comfortably warm temps in the 70s, mostly cloudy, but mainly dry weather this afternoon.
Map 3: Futurecast getting busier after midnight with scattered showers/storms arriving as the low gets closer to our area. Severe weather not expected, but locally heavy rain possible. Could be a wet start in spots Tuesday morning.
Map 4: Notice by mid-morning some dry time expected. Tuesday won't be a wash-out.
Map 5: Another round of showers/storms expected Tuesday afternoon. Again, severe weather not expected, but locally heavy rain possible with rumbles of thunder. Bring the rain gear tomorrow!
Map 6: More rain expected with the low-pressure system still lingering over the region. With rounds of rain for at least a couple days in a row, we'll have to watch out for localized flooding.
Map 7: Rain totals by late Wednesday could be 1.00 - 2.50" across Kentuckiana.
Summary: While severe weather is not expected, expect periods of heavy rain through Wednesday, then smaller chances of rain Thursday and Friday, before dry weather this weekend (see 7day forecast below).