Cooler air settles in as Fall begins

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – Fall officially begins at 9:54 p.m. Saturday, but cooler air will start pouring in well before. The cold front that brought scattered rain showers Friday will now bring in both drier and cooler air. Saturday afternoon’s high of 65° will be the coolest in nearly two weeks. As skies clear throughout the day and through the overnight, temperatures will fall close to 45° on Sunday morning. We’ll notice some warming by Sunday afternoon. Expect temperatures to creep just above the 70° mark. Overall, the weekend will be dry, but many of you will break the jackets or sweatshirts out for the first time in months.

Things get a little more unsettled early in the upcoming work week. Showers move in Monday night and stick around through Tuesday. Models bring the bulk of the moisture to the south, but decent rain totals are possible by the time we clear out again next Wednesday.

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