Tracking scattered Sunday showers
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) - A low pressure system will slowly move through the area over the next few days, keeping chances for scattered showers in the forecast.
On-and-off showers are likely through the day Sunday. A round of heavier showers is possible in the early to mid-morning hours as well as in the late afternoon and evening hours. Rain won’t be constant through the day, and we’ll have some periods of dry time and even some peeks of sun. Highs will top out in the mid to upper 60s.
A cold front moves through overnight, meaning temperatures will hover around the 60° mark for the next several days, beginning Monday. The focus for clouds and showers shifts northeast Monday. LaGrange, Steuben, DeKalb, and northwest Ohio counties are most likely to see scattered showers. Other locations can expect a partly cloudy day and an occasional shower or two.
Showers persist into Tuesday. Warmer air starts to build in for the second half of the week as the low pressure system exits. Skies clear by Wednesday and temperatures rise to the mid 60s by Friday.
There is an uncertainty to the forecast by next weekend, as much depends on the track of what is currently Tropical Storm Ian. If those remnants track over our area, they could enter the region Saturday. Otherwise, highs look to be on track to return near the 70° mark.
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