Tonight will be our coldest night of the year thus far; the mercury will drop to its lowest point in Evansville since the morning of December 26th when we dipped to 16°. The River City's low temperature of 20° will however, feel as cold as 13° at times due to a weak north easterly wind flow - wind chill values could fall as low as the single digits at times north of Evansville. Temperatures will gradually climb back into the low 40s area-wide under mainly clear skies; we'll reach 41° in Evansville.
Increasing cloud cover will settle in over the region overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning ahead of our next round of rainfall - scattered rain will affect the Tri-State through Sunday morning and afternoon before we see a brief break from the precipitation early Sunday evening. That is, up until a more organized and heavier round of rain pushes in late Sunday night. This second round of rain will make for a complete washout to kick off the work week on Monday - in fact, between Sunday and Monday alone, some areas along the Ohio could see upwards of 3" of total rainfall.
Wear Your Mask.