THAT DAMAGE NO ONE WAS KILLED THERE.>>THAT IS THE GREAT NEWS. AND ALL PART OF THE WEATHER SYSTEM THAT BROUGHT US THE RAIN TODAY. SEVERE WEATHER STAYED TO THE SOUTH AND KIND OF A SOGGY START TO THE WEEK. WE NEEDED THE RAIN. PRIOR TO TODAY ONLY 0.61 IN THE RAIN GAUGE. WE PICKED UP AN INCH AT THE AIRPORT IN INDIANAPOLIS. THE MONTH TO DATE STANDS AT 1.62. LOTS OF AREAS WITH OVER AN INCH OF RAIN TODAY INCLUDING CARMEL, COLUMBUS. THE CLOUDS AND THE STORMS MAKE FOR A REALLY INTERESTING SUNSET. THIS KIND OF SPOOKY AND PRETTY VIEW, I AGREE, FROM ABOUT THE SAME TIME. THIS FROM GREENWOOD. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SENDING THE PICTURE. THIS IS LIVE 13 DOPPLER RADAR NOW SHOWING WHAT’S LEFT OF A FEW LINGERING SHOWERS. STILL TRACKING SOME STEADIER RAIN, JUST TO THE EAST AND SOUTHEAST OF GREENCASTLE NEAR CLOVERDALE COVERING PUTNAM COUNTY. A FEW SPOTTY SHOWERS. NEAR NOBLESVILLE. THIS ALL TRACKING OFF TO THE NORTH AND EAST, AND IT WILL CONTINUE TO END FROM WEST TO EAST OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS AS WE MAKE OUR WAY INTO A DRIER, COOLER WEATHER PATTERN TO KICK OFF OUR TUESDAY. SO THE RAIN MOVES OUT, SO DOES THE WARMTH FROM THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS. STILL RELATIVELY MILD. WE HAVE 60-DEGREES RIGHT NOW. WINDY, WINDS OUT OF THE SOUTH-SOUTHWEST AT 17. 44 AT 7:00 TOMORROW MORNING. PUT AWAY THE UMBRELLA. WE’LL BE AT 50-DEGREES BY NOON WITH AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES MIDDLE AND UPPER 50S TOMORROW AFTERNOON. WE DO GET BACK INTO THE 60S FOR WEDNESDAY. BOTH TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY WILL BE DRY. WE WILL TRACK A DEVELOPING STORM SYSTEM FOR THE END OF THE WORKWEEK. THAT WILL BRING US ANOTHER CHANCE FOR SOME RAIN LATE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY. 59-DEGREES, SO A COOLER DAY TOMORROW. 64 WITH SUNSHINE ON WEDNESDAY. CLOUDS RETURN THURSDAY-FRIDAY WITH THE RAIN CHANCE LATE THURSDAY-FRIDAY AND MORE