ORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Fall officially began on Tuesday, September 22, 2020 but it hasn’t felt like fall.
Temperatures across parts of northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio have topped out in the upper 70s and lower 80s the past couple days.
There has even been quite a bit of sunshine thanks to high pressure vacationing nearby.
High temperatures will remain in the upper 70s and lower 80s through at least the first half of the weekend.
If you are a fan of this type of warmth, enjoy it!
Depending upon your tolerance, the t-shirts and shorts will be swapped for sweaters next week.
Typically this time of the year, the average high in Fort Wayne is 73 degrees.
A cold front will bring cooler air and a few showers to the region Sunday but this round of cool air should be pretty tolerable.
High temperatures will be knocked down into the middle 70s.
The next cold front, which will arrive early in the work week, will bring rain and a reinforcing shot of cooler air.
This round of cooler air might be a shock to the system.
It will park highs in the 60s and potentially in the upper 50s to wrap up the month of September.