We're on the northern fringe of a storm system moving through the Ohio Valley, leaving us with a fair amount of clouds. There is a small chance some rain from this system could clip our far eastern/southeastern areas (like eastern Lagrange county down to SE Kosciusko county). In more northwestern area there may be more clearing overnight, and that could lead to some patchy fog developing. IF fog develops, with temperatures below freezing there could be some slick spots on the roads early tomorrow morning. Otherwise we will see a nice Sunday with temperatures back in the mid to upper 40s and partly to mostly sunny skies. A cold front moving through Sunday afternoon will come through dry, but bring some slightly cooler air to start off the week. Highs will be back in the mid to upper 30s for Monday and Tuesday. We will stay dry through Wednesday, but we'll see the rain chances return Wednesday night and Thursday, with a chance for rain and snow on Friday.