Fewer chances of rain, staying mostly dry and mild to start June
If we can stay dry through midnight Tuesday, it will be only the second time this year we’ve had more than two days without recording any precipitation in South Bend in 2019. Most of the daytime is dry but a few showers or storms could develop by the afternoon. Rain/storms become more likely by Wednesday morning. The outlook the rest of the week is fairly mild and dry for June. The warmest temps barely reach 80, you likely can get by without the air conditioner.
Tonight: Mostly clear, low of 55.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, chance of showers/storms, high of 80.
Wednesday: Scattered showers, high of 78.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, high of 76.