Fort Wayne, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – After several consecutive dry days, Thursday comes with the likelihood for rain showers and thunderstorms. An inch or so of rainfall is definitely possible in some areas, all depending on where the heaviest areas of rain fall. A couple different rounds are expected, one in the morning, and another in the afternoon. In between, there will likely be scattered showers and thunderstorms, but also periods of dry conditions. Some flooding is possible, but the recent dry conditions have helped, and will likely minimize that risk, but the typical spots that do flood could have some issues. The potential for strong to severe thunderstorms is looking unlikely. It will still be a breezy day, with gusts around 35 mph. High temperatures will reach into the mid and upper 60s, but will rapidly fall late in the afternoon as a cold front moves through.
A few leftover showers will stick around for Friday and Saturday, with the chances decreasing as time goes on during the day Saturday. Easter Sunday is looking like great weather conditions for egg hunts, family gatherings, or other outside activities. It will be dry, and temperatures will once again be back in the 70s.