FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — We've seen plenty of cooler than average days in April, but we are expecting to warm up.
The Climate Prediction Center issues outlooks for the next three months twice in a month.
The mid-April outlook shows a higher likelihood of above-average high temperatures in our area.
We have a 39% chance of seeing above normal high temperatures in the next 3 months.
The normal maximum temperature during this period is 79 degrees.
The normal minimum temperature is 57 degrees.
Even though we're going to see warmer temperatures, we're also looking at seeing more precipitation than normal.
We have a 45% chance of seeing above-normal precipitation over the next 3 months.
The normal amount of rain over the next three months is 12.2 inches.
That seems like a lot of rain, but thunderstorms can produce a significant amount of rain.
The Climate Prediction Center offers an interactive display of the outlook, so you can get a personalized outlook for your town.
You can do that here.
If you want more forecast information, head over to our weather page.