Rain returns to Kentuckiana on this Monday

Jared Heil's 7-day forecast (10/23)


It is definitely going to feel more like late October for much of this week across Kentuckiana as a cooler, more active weather pattern finally settles in. Temperatures this morning are in the mid and upper 40s, and with a secondary front bringing a re-enforcing shot of cooler air today, expect scattered clouds, an isolated shower or two and highs only in the mid and upper 50s for afternoon highs. The cooler air in place will make for some chilly mornings through the mid-week with readings dipping into the upper 30s and low 40s. After another cooler day Wednesday with highs in the mid-50s, we’ll clear out and warm up nicely with some sunshine Thursday as highs work back into the upper 60s, right around average for late October.

The nice weather won’t last long as another strong cold front will take aim on the Ohio Valley for the end of the week and the upcoming weekend. While we shouldn’t see a significant rain with this system, it will bring even colder air to Kentuckiana for the final weekend of October. Temperatures on Saturday and Sunday will struggle to even get out of the 40s for afternoon highs, and with early morning lows dipping down into the low and mid-30s, we could be finally looking at our first widespread frost chance around the region. We are definitely looking at sweater and sweat shirt weather in the coming days. Have a great Tuesday!

TODAY: Occasional rain, breezy with falling temps. High: 65.  Wind: S 10-15 mph. 

TONIGHT: Cloudy and cool, a few showers possible. Low: 49.  Wind: W 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: Breezy and cool, isolated showers. High: 57.  Wind: W 10-15 mph.

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