It's going to be feeling mild and a bit muggy as you head out the door. Temperatures started out in the 50s and 60s across the Tri-State this morning. Evansville dipped down to only 59°. Your rush hour commute should remain dry under mostly cloudy skies. We won't be going very far from there with highs maxing out in the mid-70s. That's not the end of it though; this afternoon looks to be on the active side. We're going to be tracking an inbound cold front that could give us a chance of showers between the hours of 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Don't expect this front to bring us an excessive amount of rain, but it will drop those temperatures significantly. The mercury will dip all the way into the low-40s by Tuesday morning. However, it's not going to affect our afternoon highs too much. We'll bounce back into the 70s Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly sunny skies.
Our next rain maker is expected to make its mark on the Tri-State Thursday. Right now, that will not only bring us rain, but cool, fall-like temperatures. We could see a weekend of mid-60s.