Rain continue to fall in the southeastern half of the viewing area.
Temperatures will remain in the mild 40s. We should drop into the upper 30s tonight with northeast winds at 10-20 mph. Patchy fog will continue.
That is where the best potential of steady rain will be into Saturday.
It could get as far north as Pine Village, Greater Lafayette, Delphi & Logansport at times, however.
It should all exit Saturday evening.
Outside of rain, it looks gray some patchy drizzle.
It will be mild with temperatures in the 40s, but winds will be gusty from the northeast at 15-30 mph.
With some clearing, lows near 30 are likely tomorrow night, follow by some sunshine & Sunday with highs 45-50.
Northwest winds should. become west at 10-15 mph. It looks like the better of the two weekend days.
With sunshine & some clouds, highs should run 35-40 Monday & 37-43 Tuesday with 20s at night.
Showers ending as snow are possible late next week as temperatures fall from highs back into the 40s to the 30s.
Clipper may bring snow showers around December 22-23.
Much colder weather & potential snow will be in the forecast around Christmas.