First Alert Forecast: Off-and-on rain showers through midweek
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - For most places east of I-69, clouds have cloacked the sky today and will continue to do so this evening. However, overnight a few of those clouds will leave before sunrise.
Overnight temperatures will drop down into the mid-to-upper 50s. More clouds will roll in on Tuesday and we’ll see some isolated rain showers develop in the early afternoon, which will linger into overnight. Temperatures on Tuesday will max out in the mid 70s.
Wednesday will see a few more rain showers, which will be a little more widespread than Tuesday, but Wednesday will won’t be a washout. A few isolated rain showers will linger into Thursday morning. All-in-all, rain will total up to about 0.25-0.5″ in most places. Also, don’t be surprised if a rumble of thunder or two is heard on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Temperatures will be in the low 70s on Wednesday for the high. Dry conditions are expected for Thursday afternoon and through the weekend as high pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere builds in, which will keep us dry. The high pressure system will also help us warm up, temperatures will climb back into the upper 70s by the weekend, possibly topping out in the low 80s on Sunday.
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