Fort Wayne, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – The weekend will get off to quite the rainy start. A low pressure system that started in the Pacific will center itself a few hundred miles west of us. That will pull in warmer air from the south and also a lot moisture and breezy winds as well. Rain gets going early and lasts through much of the day. Weather models are consistently placing one inch of rainfall through almost all of the viewing area. The heaviest amounts will likely be south of Fort Wayne, where around 1.25 inches is likely. Know that flooding is possible with the ground already saturated. Temperatures will peak Saturday evening near 55°.
By Sunday, a few remnant rain showers are possible, but it will be mainly dry. The clouds will hang around, and the winds will still be a little quick, but another day around 50° is in the forecast.
Another chilly stretch of weather moves in after that. Monday’s high is only 38°. Much of the upcoming week will be spent with temperatures in that same territory and mostly cloudy to cloudy conditions.