Saturday featured a breezy, cool and cloudy day. Sunday we will trade out one of those, the clouds will move out overnight with mostly sunny skies through Sunday afternoon. Unfortunately the winds will still be strong and from the northeast, which will help keep the cooler air in place. Sustained winds will be between 10-20 mph, with gusts up to 30 mph. This will continue to be the case into Monday, the only difference being a shift to the SE that will help bring in slightly warmer air and allow our temperatures to climb into the low 50s.
Unlike our February, which was well above average in the temperature department, March 2018 has been a cooler than average month, so far.
Saturday’s Midwestern snow system looks to slide by south of us, meaning you shouldn’t be looking for snowflakes out your window here in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Much colder temperatures to begin the weekend.
While the forecast track is not yet set in stone, here’s an early look at expected snow totals through the day on Saturday.
Another winter weather system will affect parts of our area for the start of the weekend.
Here’s an updated list of Tue night – Wednesday snow totals.
Heavy snowfall south of Fort Wayne
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A new season is upon us and the first day of spring also brings Indiana’s statewide tornado drill.
Temperatures finally get back to around average toward the end of the month
After a nice day in the 50s, temperatures cool next week.
Sunny skies and warmer temperatures ahead for Sunday.
We won’t be breaking any records this year with highs in the lower 40s.
The trickiest travel hours will likely be between 3 am and 9 am on Saturday.
Icy conditions especially south of Fort Wayne through Saturday morning.
St. Patrick’s Day is looking to get off to a slick start. A mix of freezing rain, sleet, and snow is expected to breeze through the area early in the morning.
We’ve had a streak of colder than average days for a week now and we’ll continue in this colder than average pattern for another few days before an isolated warmer than average day shows up in the 10 Day Forecast.
Massive storm across the northeast moves out to sea and takes our snow and colder temperatures along with it.