April showers bring May flowers — and it’s already started in northern Indiana.
The rain drizzles you might have heard overnight Monday into Tuesday, April 7, were the first of a few showers that will last through the week, according to the weather report from 95.3 MNC’s news partners, The Elkhart Truth.
Tuesday will be breezy and cool with a high in the mid fifties, according to the National Weather Service. There will be spotty showers in the morning that will give way to breaks of sun.
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The rain will continue into Wednesday and Thursday, with highs ticking up to the low seventies. Stay alert Wednesday night into Thursday, though — the National Weather Service Northern Indiana warns that a severe weather threat could be on the horizon.
Wet and stormy through the week. Severe weather threat Wednesday night into Thursday night. pic.twitter.com/duoqFogynn
— NWS Northern Indiana (@NWSIWX) April 7, 2015
Friday will be a great start to the weekend with the rain clearing out for a few days and temperatures sitting in the mid to high sixties, complete with sunny skies — great weather for the end of spring break for most students in northern Indiana.
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