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Holiday weekend breakdown

Scattered storms move eastward this afternoon, mainly near the US-30 corridor.  Marshall, Kosciusko, & southern Elkhart counties will be affected most.

Tomorrow will be mostly sunny and dry until the late evening hours, and Monday will be a mostly dry day – with only a slight chance for  an isolated shower in the afternoon/eve. The 4th of July will start mostly sunny but some showers and storms will likely move in after 5 PM.

A stormy pattern sets up mid-week. Temperatures will stay near average, in the low to mid 80s this week, and it will be muggy especially on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

 

Tonight: Mostly clear. Low of 61. Good night for fireworks!

Sunday: Mostly sunny with clouds building in late. Showers & storms after 9. High of 84.

Monday: Mostly sunny becoming partly sunny. Slight chance for an isolated afternoon t-storm. Highs near 83. Good night for fireworks!

Tuesday: Mostly sunny becoming partly sunny. Scattered showers and storms after 5. High near 84.

 

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