Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for the Fort Wayne area with Winter Storm Warnings in effect for South Bend & Elkhart as heavy lake effect snow bands and squalls are forecast to develop during the day tomorrow. These lake effect snow bands and snow squalls could produce whiteout conditions
In addition to snow from a clipper system moving through the Ohio Valley on Saturday, heavy bands of lake effect snow will develop Saturday Evening and Saturday Night and could extend as far south as parts of North Central and Central Indiana. The lake effect snow squalls could produce reduced
9:15 AM: Here's our updated SnowCast for tomorrow as a clipper system and lake effect snow impact parts of Northern and Central Indiana. As much as one to possibly two inches of snow could fall across much of North Central and parts of Central Indiana with 2-3" of snow possible
Here's the Regional Forecast Map for Friday, December 8th, 2017. It will be a bitterly cold morning on Friday across the area with temperatures starting out in the middle to upper teens. Otherwise it will be a dry day with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will remain on the chilly side
SnowCast - Issued Thursday, December 7th at 12:30 PM valid for Saturday, December 9th, 2017. Here's our first SnowCast of the season as we are tracking the first accumulating snowfall of the 2017-2018 winter. A strong clipper system will move through the Ohio Valley Friday Night and Saturday. As the
A bitterly cold night is on tap for tonight across Indiana and Western Ohio. It will be clear tonight and that means that temperatures will fall into the teens. As you wake up Friday Morning, you'll want to bundle up with temperatures starting out in the middle to upper teens.
Here's the Regional Forecast Map for Thursday, December 7th, 2017. It will be a chilly day across Indiana and Western Ohio on Thursday. Much of the area will see morning temperatures start out in the lower 20's. It will be partly cloudy in the morning with mostly cloudy skies by
A clipper system could bring our first round of "sticking" snow to much of the area on Saturday. A fresh round of cold air combined with a strengthening and likely overachieving clipper system could cause an inch or two of snow (with isolated higher amounts) to accumulate across parts of