Tonight: Clouds will be on the increase overnight as our next weather system starts to approach Indiana. Temperatures will level out in the mid to low-40s with mostly cloudy skies in place by morning.
Tomorrow: Showers are possible during your morning commute and intermittent rain showers are expected to continue throughout the day. Temperatures will reach the mid-50s, with breezy conditions. Gusts up to 25 mph are possible in the afternoon. Warmer temperatures are also possible should we see some clearing during the afternoon hours.
7-Day Forecast: This weather system looks to stall out as we end the workweek and start the weekend. A stationary front will make for a soggy Friday and Saturday. As the system finally begins to move out, a few thunderstorms are possible on Saturday. Even a few snow showers cannot be ruled out on the backside of the system. Rainfall amounts will likely reach at least one inch. Clear skies return to the picture on Sunday and early next week as high pressure regains control. Temperatures will be cool for this time of the year. A gradual warming trend will occur over the course of the week, with highs nearing more seasonable levels in the 50s to near 60 by mid-week.
---Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley
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