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Easter Sunday’s Forecast

Fort Wayne, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – After multiple days in a row with rain, with the wettest day being Saturday, all the rain moves out for Easter Sunday! The day will start off very chilly, as temperatures get into the mid 30s. It will warm very quickly with more sunshine. With a mix of sun and clouds, our temperatures will warm to near 70°. Expect light winds, and an overall very nice day to be outside.

It stays nice for Monday as well, and it will likely be a little warmer. High temperatures are expected to get into the mid 70s.

A chance for rain is in the Tuesday forecast, but that is not expected to be like the soaking rains we’ve had. After that, temperatures will stay close to normal for the end of April. Highs will be in the 60s for the most part, and there won’t be much rain to talk about through the week.

Jon Wilson

Jon Wilson is the Weekend Meteorologist at Fort Wayne’s NBC. You can catch Jon’s weekend forecasts on Fort Wayne’s NBC at 6 and 11 p.m.

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