FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Our mild temperatures continue on Saturday, but you're going to want to keep the umbrella close by.
Rain moves into the area Friday night and becomes widespread by Saturday morning.
We're going to keep the showers around all day, but they will become more scattered after noon.
It will be heavy at times.
Rain totals are going to be range from about half an inch up to an inch and a half.
Minor urban flooding may be possible.
If you come across a flooded roadway, Turn Around, Don't Drown!
So far for the month of December, we have not seen any measurable rainfall.
Typically, we would have seen .93 inches of precipitation by now.
The rain will transition over to flurries Saturday night.
No accumulation is expected because of how warm it has been over the past few days.
We're also experiencing a snow deficit in Fort Wayne.
By December 10, just over 2 inches of snow has fallen according to the average value.
We have yet to see a measurable snow across the area in the month of December.
Stick with FOX 55 Severe Weather Center as the rain moves across the area.