2nd Chance: Butterscotch and Toffee

Sat Sep 21 08:37:53 PDT 2019

2nd Chance: Butterscotch and Toffee

Clear, warm and humid this evening

Most of Michiana ended up above 90 for the high late this afternoon. And those warm, humid, conditions will continue this evening. A cool front could bring a shower or storm to parts of the area on Wednesday...

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