Tracking lake effect snow and gusty wind

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast
Monday, November 30th, 2020

A system is passing through this morning bringing rain and a wintry mix. It will turn to snow for our eastern counties but the impacts from this system will be minimal. The main focus will be the colder air that will be getting pulled into our air as the system moves east. This will develop lake effect snow this afternoon. The main band will be out of the north at first, but it looks like it shifts into our area late this evening into tonight. The heaviest snow looks to fall in LaPorte Co. and just west of there where 6”+ is possible in spots. Just outside that area and down into Starke and Pulaski counties, 3-6” of snow is forecast. West of US-31, 1-3” of snow is possible. Areas like South Bend, Niles, and Plymouth will be right on the cut off line. On top of the snow, it is going to be windy with gusts up to 40 mph.

Wednesday is much quieter with plenty of sunshine. A few more clouds move in on Thursday and stick around for Friday as well. There is a slight chance of a wintry mix Friday but so far it looks mostly dry. Sunshine returns Saturday with daytime highs near 40 through the weekend.


Today: Snow showers and windy. High 36.

Tonight: Lake effect snow and windy. Low 30.

Tuesday: Lake effect snow, mainly early. Breezy. High 36.

Wednesday: Mostly to partly sunny. High 42.

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