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This evening a couple of small isolated showers could pop up, but the majority of Michiana stays dry and mostly sunny. The scorching heat continues through Memorial day and Tuesday, and we’ll finally have some relief on Wednesday. Highs will top out in the mid 90s for Memorial day with mostly sunny skies. The air quality alert continues until Monday night for high levels of ozone. Tuesday will be our next chance for any sizeable rain showers, during the afternoon/evening. On Wednesday, subtropical storm Alberto will move northward, bringing us rain and t-storms through Friday.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Low of 67.
Memorial Day: Mostly sunny. High of 95.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny early with more PM clouds and a slight chance of evening showers. Highs near 91.