A winter blast is headed in from the northwest this weekend and it brings some of our coldest and most blustery days of the winter season so far.
Morning temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday will be in the single digits. However, wind chill values will be below zero most of the weekend. The lowest wind chills we’ll experience this weekend will come on Saturday morning when it will feel like -10° to -15° due to strong northwesterly winds between 5 and 15 mph with some 20 mph gusts possible.
A few snow flurries/snow showers are possible on Saturday, but accumulations will be quite light, less than a half-inch. A more significant snowfall will begin Sunday afternoon and continue into Monday. As snow wraps up during the day Monday, we’ll have 1″-3″ of new snow on the ground.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with scattered lake effect snow and gusty winds. New accumulations will be a half-inch or less in most spots (higher amounts possible NW of Fort Wayne).
Low: 6° (Wind chills between -10° to -15°)
Winds: NW 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of a few scattered snow flurries/snow showers. New accumulations less than a half-inch.
High: 15° (Wind chills below zero all day)
Winds: NW 5-15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy and very cold. A few scattered flurries possible.
Winds: W 5 mph
Sunday: Becoming mostly cloudy with snow arriving in the afternoon. Accumulations will be less than an inch by evening. The snow continues into Monday with a total of 1″-3″ possible when the snow ends.
Winds: SE 5-15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph