After today’s high in the 50s, temperatures will crash Friday. Highs will fall into the 30s with the return of winter. However, these temperatures don’t last long as we see another epic warm-up occurring early next week. High temperatures will be back in the 60s. Another surge of warmth is headed toward our area early next week.
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8 to 14-day outlook features some temperatures in the 50s.
After a cold start to the week, highs approach 50 by Thursday
Our area saw freezing rain and sleet Sunday morning instead of snow. Here’s why.
Snow will mix with sleet at times for Sunday morning
Folks will be “freezin’ for a reason” today at Metea Park with some scattered snowflakes possible.
More snow is on the way for this weekend
More accumulation possible through Sunday
Still a tricky forecast with a sharp cutoff likely between heavier and lighter snow totals.
Heavy snowfall expected overnight night Thursday and into Friday afternoon.
While the numbers have been tweaked a little bit, the overall trend of the heaviest snow coming to areas north of Fort Wayne remains.
Here’s the latest on how much snow will accumulate Friday and Friday night
The heaviest snow from our next round is likely to fall in the area from the north side of Fort Wayne to the IN/MI state line. 2″-3″ are expected.
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The new week gets started with two rounds of snow lining up to affect northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.