FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – The showers and thunderstorms that moved through Thursday afternoon brought relief before the heat really set in. Considering the rain chances were not that good to start with, it was a welcomed break for us trying to stay cool. Unfortunately, Friday’s rain chances are lower, and there is potential for more warming than what we had Thursday.
Conditions will clear off Thursday evening, and lows will dip into the mid 70s. Friday afternoon has a good chance at being the warmest so far this year. Expect highs into the mid and upper 90s and heat indices of 105°-110°.
Saturday will be very similar, with perhaps a touch cooler actual temperatures and heat indices.
More relief from the warmth is expected next week. For Sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms associated with a cold front will bring high temperatures only near 80° early in the week.