As temps fall and winds decrease, areas of dense fog are possible later this morning, so give some extra time for your commute.
We’ll have a chance to dry out a bit today with some few breaks of sun likely through early afternoon. More clouds will be likely late in the day as the chance for an isolated shower or storm returns by mid-afternoon. The good news is that most of the day will be dry. Temperatures are on track to climb into the middle 70s.
Another round of scattered rain and storms will be likely later this evening into Saturday morning. With the ground already saturated, some flash flooding will be of concern with another 0.5″-1″ of rain possible. Some locally higher amounts can’t be ruled out, especially south of Fort Wayne. Showers and storms should come to an end for most by midday Saturday, with some breaks of sun likely during the afternoon. We’re not done with the rain chances yet – we may be adding to the gauge again on Sunday.
Today: Patchy morning fog, then some breaks of sun. An isolated shower or storm possible during the afternoon. Warmer.
Winds: SW 5-10 mph
Tonight: Cloudy and mild with scattered rain and storms. Some rain may be heavy.
Winds: SE 5-10 mph
Saturday: Scattered showers and storms during the morning, then some afternoon breaks of sun. Warmer.
Winds: NW 5-10 mph
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy with more scattered rain and storms possible.
Winds: E 5-10 mph
Fort Wayne, IN Extended Forecast