This evening's cold front may have both generated bursts of heavy rainfall and wind gusts in excess of 30 mph at times as it passed through, but its primary effects won't be felt until overnight and well into our Tuesday. After reaching highs in the mid to low 80s yesterday, today's overcast skies and eventual frontal boundary kept temperatures from creeping above the mid 70s; our Tuesday ahead looks even cooler.
Crystal clear skies and a southerly wind flow will be little match for the cool Canadian air mass settling in across the Tri-State overnight; afternoon highs are only expected to reach the mid to low 70s on Tuesday afternoon - Evansville's high of 72° will be our coolest since last Monday. Following a warmer day Wednesday (78°), Thursday looks as though it will bring about another passing cold front and even cooler air to follow.
A line of rainfall riding southeastward behind the aforementioned cold front will arrive late that morning and exit after dinnertime on Thursday evening. after only reaching 66° earlier in the day, the mercury will likely dip into the upper 30s in the River City for the first time in nearly 2 weeks. Friday looks as though it'll be a prototypical fall day - a breezy northwesterly wind flow will help keep temperatures from reaching 60° in the Ohio Valley; Evansville's high of 59° will be our lowest since the afternoon of May 13th (Over 5 months ago).
Wear Your Mask.