Temperatures overnight will drop down to the mid 30's across the state. There is a 30% chance for late overnight showers, and even a possible flurry. Early morning hours bring rain into central Indiana, with some areas having potential for flurries. These flurries shouldn't stick, as the ground temperatures are still above the freezing point.
Wednesday will bring cool morning temperatures with overcast skies. The rain will subside, but will return in the afternoon. Temperatures will continue to climb throughout the day, just teasing the 50 degree mark for much of the state.
A wet week is ahead, with showers expected to stick around until the weekend. Temperatures will rebound back into the 50's and 60's as the week progresses. Sunday holds a chance for thunderstorms throughout the day, with clearing conditions finally setting into late Monday into Tuesday.