Quiet today before a snowy system tomorrow
We're off to a quiet start across Michiana this morning - temperatures near 30 and cloudy skies, although it is a bit breezy. It'll be another calm, dry day today with temperatures rising into the mid 30's, plenty of cloud cover, and winds that will be drying down throughout the morning with relatively calm winds for the rest of the day. Snow will move in late tonight, starting light but becoming heavier into tomorrow morning. That snow will be lasting through the afternoon as a snowy system moves through our region, bringing heavier snowfall especially during the late morning and early afternoon. A winter weather advisory is in effect for many of our southeastern counties lasting from midnight tonight to 6PM on Wednesday. Many could see between 3-5" of snow with higher totals possible in our southeastern counties. The band of heaviest snow looks to be moving through Indiana further to our south, closer to Fulton and Kosciusko Counties, but a shift in this band further to the north or south would greatly impact who sees the most snow from this system. The rest of the week will remain fairly snowy and seasonable temperature-wise.
Today: Cloudy. High 34.
Tonight: Light snow late. Low 30.
Wednesday: Snow, heavy at times. High 33.
Thursday: Lake effect snow showers. High 32.