Lower humidity levels

Tonight’s the night to crack the windows and turn off the AC as temperatures dip into the low-60’s with mostly clear skies. A stray shower or two is possible, but most areas will stay completely dry. A slight breeze from the northeast will continue to keep temperatures cool as well as keep excess humidity out of the region.

Tomorrow, temperatures will warm up to the mid-80’s with sunny skies. If you have any outdoor plans or activities to get done, tomorrow as well as the next several days look to be ideal to do so. If headed outside, make sure you are still staying hydrated and applying SPF as conditions will still be warm.

Our next significant chance for rain showers occurs on Wednesday, but overall this week withholds lots of sunshine and near average temperatures.

Meteorologist Payton Domschke

Facebook: PaytDomschkeWX

Twitter: @PaytDomschkeWx

Instagram: paytondomschke

Payton Domschke

Payton Domschke

More News
ABC 21 WEATHER AUTHORITY
Bluffton
41°
Warsaw
41°
Wabash
40°
Kendallville
Angola
Paulding
43°
Van Wert
43°
Portland
39°
Marion
36°
Local Radar
Connect with ABC 21
Top Stories
Scroll to top
Skip to content