First Alert Forecast: Staying sunny and warming into Saturday
Next shower chance arrives Saturday night into Sunday
It was a cool start in the 40s on Thursday but warmed up nicely to around 70 degrees for the day. Both the morning and afternoon will be about 5 degrees warmer on Friday with mostly clear skies. The pattern will remain quiet through Saturday afternoon before clouds and rain stream into the area. Highs on Saturday will fight the cloud cover and top out in the middle 50s. The clouds will be thickest a few hours after sunset and a few light showers will be possible around sunset. The best chance of rain will come on Sunday with mostly cloudy skies and light showers. The severe weather threat will remain low and the 80s return on the other side of this system.
FRIDAY: Sunny skies. High neat 75F. Low 50F. Wind SE 5-10.
SATURDAY: Increasing clouds. Shower chances increase Saturday evening and overnight as a cold front arrives. High 76F. Low 54F. Wind SW 5-10.
SUNDAY: Scattered showers throughout the day. High near 70F. Low 50F. Wind WNW 10-15.
EXTENDED FORECAST: Warmer air looks to arrive in the forecast for next week with multiple low 80s headed for Michiana. Our next chance of rain will have to wait until next weekend.
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