Heavy Rains, Windy Conditions Expected Monday into Tuesday; Cooler Conditions After

The Climate Prediction Center map for the next 8-14 days showing a >50% chance of below normal temperatures heading into November. (Map: Pivotal Weather, https://www.pivotalweather.com/)

Rainy and windy conditions are expected later on Monday and into Tuesday according to the National Weather Service office in North Webster.

Officials say isolated storms are possible during Monday afternoon that could produce wind gusts up to 60 MPH, with the greatest potential between 4 and 8 PM and west of Interstate 69. They say those conditions will all depend on how the atmospheric conditions are throughout the afternoon.

Heavy rains are also possible with the storm system passing through today, as some isolated thunderstorms could produce the heavier rains. Up to an inch of rain is possible.

The rain and windy conditions are expected to last through Tuesday afternoon, but that will make way for cooler and sunny conditions by Wednesday.

The Climate Prediction Center says temps are expected to be cooler over the next two weeks heading into the first week of November.