A low pressure system to our south will lift through northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio Saturday night into Sunday. This will cause rain chances to persist through much of the day Sunday. Another frontal system moves through Monday, bringing more rain chances and keeping temperatures on the cool side.
We'll start to see some breaks in the rain Saturday evening before widespread rain arrives overnight. Some rain may be heavy at times and linger into Sunday morning. We'll get a brief break around midday Sunday before additional showers arrive on the back side of the low pressure system Sunday afternoon and evening. It won't be totally overcast though, and I expect some peeks of sun between the showers Sunday afternoon and evening.
Temperatures remain on the cool side. We fall into the mid 60's Saturday evening before rebounding into the upper 70's Sunday afternoon. Highs return to the upper 70's Monday, but a cold front keeps temperatures remain far below average into next week with highs only in the lower to mid 70's.
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