A Cooler Weekend

By Curtis Smith , Chief Meteorologist

May 28, 2010 Updated Jun 29, 2011 at 2:46 PM EST

FORT WAYNE,Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- November starts with temperatures cooling down, but remaining above normal. A weak cold front has moved through the area, meaning highs will be around 60 today, after hitting 71 yesterday. Sunday will also be around 60, but both Monday and Tuesday could get close to 70. The next chance of rain looks like it will hold off until Thursday, at the earliest. For travelers, most of the Midwest will enjoy fine weather. Indiana's NewsCenter will continue to monitor for changes with Pinpoint VIPIR HD.

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