Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Wet for much of the area through Monday
- Periods of rain expected into early evening
- Areas of rain will become more hit and miss the remainder of the night
- Main focus for rainfall will extend southeast of a Logansport to Wauseon line overnight into Monday
- Temperatures: steady-slowly rising this evening. Lows overnight 38 northwest to 49 degrees F southeast. Highs Monday: 43 to 52 degrees.
(April 10, 2016) – A large area of rain will move across the area through early evening ahead of a warm front. Temperatures will slowly climb in most locations through the evening with the rain becoming more scattered in nature ahead of a cold front that will take the warmer air away again. The rain will likely come to an end overnight across northwest areas with lows dropping in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
Southeast of a Logansport to Wauseon line period of rain may move back in later tonight into Monday as another weak system moves along the front. Lows in these areas will drop into the middle to upper 40s as the colder air takes longer to arrive.
The map shown is 24 hour rainfall totals from 8 pm EDT tonight through 8 pm EDT Monday. Highs on Monday will still be well below normal, ranging from the middle 40s northwest to the middle 50s southeast.
Warmer and drier weather is still in the near future with high reaching into the 60s by the end of the week.