Afternoon storms give way to humidity relief by Sunday

WANE 15 Forecast

After a hot and humid stretch, we have one last day of the tropical humidity before some relief. Highs Saturday afternoon could hit 90° for the first time in Fort Wayne. The heat and humidity will once again combine for afternoon showers and storms. However, this time there is also a front that moves in by the evening. While severe weather is not expected, the strongest storms could have gusty winds along with heavy downpours.

Behind the rain and storms of this afternoon, our humidity levels drop.

Even though Sunday will be a more comfortable day to be outside, without all of the mugginess, it will still be hot. You can expect a Sunday afternoon high in the mid 80s.

The comfortable humidity levels will continue through next week.

Today: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of scattered rain and storms developing in the afternoon and evening. High humidity levels.
High: 90°
Winds: NW 1-5 mph

Tonight: Partly cloudy with a scattered rain and storm chance..
Low: 66°
Winds: NW 5 mph

Sunday: A few morning clouds, then lots of afternoon sunshine. Humidity levels decrease and the Muggy Meter drops to the “Comfortable” category. Still a hot day, though.
High: 86°
Winds: N 5-10 mph

Sunday Night: Mostly clear.
Low: 67°
Winds: NW 5 mph

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