First Alert Forecast: On and off showers before cool, dry air Saturday
Showers will be around initially, but it’ll feel more like Fall across Michiana this weekend
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) -
A cold front will bring temperatures back down to below average territory this weekend. First though, on and off showers will be in the forecast and could result in another 0.50″ of rainfall. The severe weather threat and thunderstorm chances remain very low with this system. High temperatures on the other side of the cold front will be nearly 15 degrees cool and in the upper 50s. Morning temperatures, some of the coldest of the season, will be in the lower 40s Sunday and into Monday.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Scattered showers stick around under cloudy skies. Temperatures don’t fall too much. Staying cooler, into the upper 50s. Low of 57.
FRIDAY: Scattered showers during the morning and early afternoon with periods of rain likely. The heaviest of the rain will be more likely the farther to the South and East you are located in Michiana. This is due to the placement of the front. Either way periods of rain are likely. High of 67.
SATURDAY: A few lingering showers into the morning hours as we begin the weekend damp and with some clouds. That quickly changes as the shower chances lessen. Clouds clearing by the second half of the day as the sunshine breaks out. Highs remaining very chilly, only into the upper 50s. High of 58.
LONG RANGE: Staying sunny and cooler through the end of the weekend and into the middle of next week. A few shower chances return during the second half of next week. Temperatures staying very seasonal for much of the period. We could see highs in the 50s return by the latter half of next week. Fall-lie weather is on the way!
Daily Climate Report: Wednesday, October 13th, 2021
Wednesday’s High: 77
Wednesday’s Low: 51
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