FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Warm November air brought northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio to near-record levels on Thursday afternoon with highs reaching the mid-70s.

Near record-setting high temperatures Thursday afternoon. Only 2 degrees shy of the day’s record.

On Friday, though, a cold front moves through, and temp changes start to happen. High temps in the mid-50s will happen around midday and we’ll get colder from the afternoon into the evening.

Even colder air hits for the weekend and highs will only be in the upper 30s some lake effect rain and snow showers are possible (little, if any, accumulation) as the cold air blows in over Lake Michigan. These highs in the 30s will be around 35° lower than our Thursday highs!

You can take a look at the current 10 Day Video Forecast and see each day’s numbers on the WANE Weather Page.