WARSAW — The National Weather Service has a pretty cool forecast for Northern Indiana through at least the Labor Day weekend.
The weather service predicts high temperatures through Tuesday, Aug. 27. Temperatures will struggle to rise above 80 degrees and much of the Midwest won’t see any significant warmth through Labor Day weekend.
The forecast for today, Thursday, Aug. 22, calls for a chance of rain in the morning hours followed by partly sunny skies in Kosciusko County with a high near 77. The overnight low is expected to be 54.
Friday will see mostly sunny skies and high of 77. Lows will fall to about 51, the weather service in North Webster said.
The weekend forecast shows no signs of precipitation.
Normal high temperatures for this time of year is about 80 degrees.
“Definitely much more pleasant,” said Lonnie Fisher, a meteorologist stationed in North Webster.
Saturday and Sunday will be mostly sunny. Saturday’s high will be 75 and the low will be 53. Sunday’s high will be 79 and the low will fall to about 63.
A chance of rain returns Monday through Wednesday. The warmest temperature during that period will be 81 on Tuesday.
The forecast for Labor Day weekend is also expected to be cooler than normal, Fisher said.