National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

The dry and unseasonably warm weather will come to an end as the threat for rain will increase from the west beginning late tonight and continuing Sunday ahead of an approaching cold front. The front will track through central Indiana during the early part of the week with much cooler temperatures following in its wake. Highs by Tuesday and Wednesday will be no warmer than the lower and middle 50s. Rain will continue through early Wednesday, and may be briefly heavy at times Sunday night and Monday as the cold front passes through.