Cloudy, rainy Saturday but sunny, nice Sunday and Monday ahead

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(Maci Tetrick/ABC 57 Meteorologist) As we kick off Labor Day Weekend, there may be a small wrench in your plans to get outdoors. There are some scattered, light rain showers this afternoon and evening. Otherwise, we dry out for Sunday and Labor Day. If you’re able to get outdoors today between showers, temperatures climb into the mid 70s. Overnight, showers continue as lows fall into the low 60s. Most showers wrap up before sunrise on Sunday, then skies clear and we’ll end with beautiful sunshine. Temperatures are slightly warmer on Sunday.

For those of you making beach plans: there is a red flag on Sunday for Lake Michigan. Don’t plan on swimming – breezy conditions will create big waves. For Labor Day Monday, highs are around 80 with more beautiful sunshine to enjoy. This work week there are additional showers Tuesday, otherwise the week looks fair and temperatures stay seasonable.

La Porte-Berrien-

* WHAT...High wave action, strong currents, and dangerous swimming
  conditions expected. Piers will be heavily swamped by waves.
  Waves will build tonight into Sunday morning to 3 to 5 feet, and
  remain high through Labor Day.

* WHERE...In Indiana, La Porte county. In Michigan, Berrien

* WHEN...From Sunday morning through Monday evening.

* IMPACTS...Strong currents can pull swimmers into deeper water
  and high waves can sweep people off piers.


Remain out of the water to avoid hazardous swimming conditions.
Do not venture out on piers.

Your ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Center Forecast:

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Few scattered showers. High 75.

Saturday Night: Scattered showers. Low 63.

Sunday: Mostly sunny. Breezy. High 78.

Labor Day: Sunny. High 80.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a chance for afternoon showers or thunderstorms. High 83.


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