- Dangerously cold
- Dry times return
- Moderating this weekend
Bitter, Bitter…Arctic high pressure will dominate our weather through the early and mid week stretch. We note high resolution modeling trying to swing a couple bands of light lake effect snow through north-central Indiana later this afternoon and evening and we’ll continue to keep snow showers in our forecast for this reason. Otherwise, cold is the story today. We’re starting our Tuesday adding yet another sub-zero low to the already impressive list this winter. Cold continues Wednesday before beginning to turn “less cold” through late week.
Our next storm system will approach this weekend. As low pressure tracks into the Great Lakes, a milder southwesterly flow will allow temperatures to zoom all the way up close to 50° by Sunday. Fog and drizzle will develop Saturday before “showery” and breezy conditions build in ahead of the front Sunday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Dusting
- Rainfall: 0.40″ to 0.50″