Overnight storms fizzled out; dry with sunshine today

NOW: Overnight storms fizzled out; dry with sunshine today

The line of thunderstorms that brought severe weather to our west yesterday broke apart over Illinois last night, missing us here in northern Indiana almost entirely. Storms held together (although still weaker) to our north and south, but we're only seeing a few showers. Some scattered showers are still likely through the morning hours, especially south of US-30, with a warm and moist environment, but storms are not anticipated in Michiana. Temperatures start in the 70s already this morning with dew points in the 60s early on, decreasing into the lower 50s by the end of the day. Breezy winds persist all day long with gusts up to 30mph, but we should be staying dry with mostly sunny skies. We'll see mostly clear skies overnight with temperatures falling into the mid 50s by tomorrow morning, Thursday is sunny again with highs in the low 80s. We're warmer Friday with storms returning in the afternoon, Memorial Day weekend brings more rain/storm chances.

Today: Mostly sunny. High 77.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Low 55.
Thursday: Sunny. High 81.
Friday: PM thunderstorms. High 84.

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