Thermometer reaching 80° Tuesday; Same warmth on Wednesday
Temperatures will once again find upper 70s on Wednesday with low rain chances
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) -
High pressure positioned to the east and a low pressure system to the west will continue to funnel the warm air into the area. Highs on Wednesday will be in record territory, topping out at 80°. Winds will be slightly stronger and out of the southwest at 10 to 20 mph. Rain chances will be low as moisture starts to increase with the low pressure system. Temperatures will cool into the 60s for highs on Thursday and Friday with rain chances elevated for the weekend.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Breezy and mild with a few clouds hanging around. Clouds increase later in the morning hours. Low of 56.
WEDNESDAY: Sunshine to start the day with increasing clouds during the afternoon. A chance of a few showers and thunderstorms is possible closer to the evening rush. Remaining warm and breezy. High of 78.
THURSDAY: A system spreads scattered rain showers and even a few rumbles of thunder. Remaining warm and breezy with showers continuing into the evening. High of 67.
LONG RANGE: The system bringing the shower chances back into the forecast lingers as we get closer to the weekend. Showers remain possible through Saturday morning with another chance for some rain coming Sunday as another system moves close to the area. Temperatures will gradually slide back down to near average by the beginning of next week.
Daily Climate Report: Monday, April 5th 2021
Monday’s High: 73
Monday’s Low: 55
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