Accumulating snow on the way

After a bitterly cold start to the day, temperatures will climb into the lower 20s this afternoon. Clouds will be increasing throughout the day, especially later in the afternoon, as our next storm approaches.

Snow is set to arrive by midnight tonight and continue throughout the day on Sunday. Some breaks will be possible throughout the day, but the snow won’t really come to an end until Sunday evening. The heaviest snow looks to fall midday on Sunday. Temperatures will hover right around freezing, keeping precipitation as a heavy, wet snow. Travel will be messy on Sunday with the snow and poor visibility. Fortunately, wind does not look to be much of a factor during this storm, so blowing and drifting will not a concern. When all is said and done, areas south of Allen County (including Fort Wayne) should expect to see 3″-6″ of snow. 2″-4″ will be likely just to the north in places like Kendallville and Angola. Even closer to the Michigan border, 1″-2″ of snow is expected.

We’ll be tracking this incoming snow all weekend long, so keep checking back in with the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team for updates!

Today: Increasing clouds and a bit warmer.

High: 22°

Winds: SE 5-10 mph

Tonight: Mostly cloudy with snow arriving by midnight.

Low: 15°

Winds: SE 3-5 mph

Sunday: Cloudy with snow throughout the day. Heaviest midday.

High: 31°

Winds: S/SW 5-10 mph

Sunday Night: Snow tapers during the evening. Skies becoming partly cloudy late.

Low: 17°

Winds: W 10-15 mph

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