National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Showers and isolated thunderstorms are affecting portions of the area this morning. The individual showers and storms are moving northeastward, while the area continues to track southeast. Hourly rainfall amounts will range from little more than a trace, up to one or two tenths of an inch where a storm may pass.
Scattered thunderstorms will be possible today and this evening. A few stronger storms may occur in the Evansville tri-state region.
The long awaited return of cooler temperatures is on the way. A cold front will arrive today and bring scattered thunderstorms with it. Saturday happens to be the first official Saturday marks the first day of Autumn, and it will feel very much like it with high temperatures stuck in the 60s across much of the region. An active weather pattern is taking shape, with numerous rounds of precipitation are expected in the next 5 days. There is the possibility that some areas pick up some heavy rainfall amounts, though it should be spread out, off and on, over a long time period.