2023 will start off with fog, rain, and a new potential record high temperature

NOW: 2023 will start off with fog, rain, and a new potential record high temperature

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast

Sunday, January 1st , 2023

Tonight's weather will be quiet, but visibilities will likely drop to < ¼ mile in some places come Monday morning. Warm, saturated air and cooler ground temperatures will produce notable fog across Michiana that will last through Monday morning until it is forced to retreat around noon time. Monday starts off pretty quiet, albeit cloudy for much of the day. Temperatures will hover around the low 50s across the region with overcast skies until the evening, when the first round of rain showers will move in from the west around bedtime. The heaviest rain will fall early Tuesday morning, with an isolated thunderstorm even possible. After the rain moves out Tuesday afternoon, temperatures will climb into the low 60s, potentially setting a new record for the high temperature on January third. Mostly cloudy skies will remain going into Tuesday night. Wednesday will see temperatures return closer to what the beginning of January normally feels like for Michiana.

 

Tonight: Cloudy with fog developing overnight. Low 36.

Monday: Foggy morning followed by cloudy/rainy PM. High 50.

Tuesday: Lingering AM rain will give way to mostly cloudy skies. High 63.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. High 41.

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