We may catch some more isolated rainfall throughout the morning and early afternoon thanks to a slowly passing cold front. While the best chance for rain will occur south of Lafayette, some of our northern counties may catch an isolated shower or two. Aside form those rain chances, the remainder of the day looks dry and cloudy. As the cold front passes to our east this afternoon, our winds will shift from the southwest to the northwest, dropping temperatures into the mid 40s overnight following the high of 67° in Lafayette later today. We may see some of our cloud cover break up overnight, though we’ll begin tomorrow much like today as more clouds repopulate the skies above Central Indiana. There will be a brief period of sunshine before a second and weaker cold front arrives tomorrow afternoon. This front may bring a short lived period of light rainfall to the region, but its real effects will not be felt until it passes to our southeast. Our skies will clear and our temperatures will fall over the subsequent 48 hours. High pressure along with northerly winds will drop low temperatures into the mid to upper 30s for both Saturday and Sunday nights. It also appears that our afternoon high won’t fair much better come Sunday; expect the mercury to only rise as high as 57°. That will be the low point of the forecast considering our next warming trend will get underway on Monday with temperatures peaking in the low 60s; by Tuesday we’ll hit the mid 70s and Wednesday of next week will roll around with the low 80s. Our next chance for rain will come next Thursday as our next low sinks into the Midwest.