Today’s high temperature occurred at 12:01 AM - our peak temperature of 42° was 11° below average for this time of the year and temperatures would only drop from there. After dipping to 31° later in the morning, overcast skies only allowed temperatures during the early afternoon to reach 35°. The combination of our now clear conditions and a breezy northwesterly wind, will drop temperatures to their lowest point since the end of February. Many of us tomorrow morning will wake up to our coldest temperature since February 21st - Evansville’s morning low of 22° Will remain 12° all of the norm for this time of the year.
Fortunately, or early morning clear conditions will linger throughout our Tuesday ahead, leaving us with crystal clear skies and a pleasant southerly wind combining for afternoon high temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. Evansville’s expected to reach a high temperature of 47°, which is still 6° below average, but we will gladly take it considering we only reached the mid-30s on Monday afternoon. As for Tuesday evening, temperatures will gradually dwindle from 42° around tomorrow evening’s commute to 37° around dinner time.