Those clouds won’t produce much of a rain chance in the Midstate until well after sunset Sunday evening. Late Sunday night, Monday, and Monday night are looking like the wettest timeframe for the Midstate, as shown here by the RPM model:
I’m not concerned about severe weather at this point, but it’s something we’ll monitor closely, just to be safe.
By the time the lingering showers wind down late Tuesday, rainfall amounts will add up to 1”-2” on a widespread basis, with some spots (especially west of I-65) picking up close to 3” of rain:
Not enough to cause widespread flooding, just a good soaking rain.
In the wake of this storm system, we’re in for significantly cooler conditions Wednesday and Thursday — we could see our first Frost Advisory of the autumn issued for Wednesday night and early Thursday:
Our next chance of rain moves in by the end of the week — I’m thinking Friday night and early Saturday, but that’s a LONG way down the line in the forecast.