We've managed to stay dry for most of the day Saturday, but rain chances start to ramp up Sunday.
A warm front to the south pushes north overnight, bringing rain chances along with it. The heaviest and widespread rain will take place in the overnight hours, but some of it could linger into Sunday morning, especially north of Fort Wayne. Temperatures overnight fall into the mid 60s.
Sunday morning looks rainier than Sunday afternoon and evening overall. By the afternoon, rain chances turn much more scattered, but a few heavier showers and storms are possible. The afternoon won't be a washout by any means though. Temperatures Sunday rise near the 80° mark.
Similar to two weeks ago, a very unsettled weather pattern locks in for most of next week. That means persistent chances for scattered showers and storms, but no single day looks to be a total washout. As we said last week, it's entirely possible some locations don't see any rain all week, while others see rain for at least a little bit of every day!
I'll time out your Sunday in greater detail tonight at 6 and 11PM on ABC 21.