A few rain and snow showers linger into Monday
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) - Heavy and wet snow moved in Sunday morning, leaving some light accumulation on elevated and grassy surfaces. A bit more rain and snow is possible tonight and into tomorrow before we warm up through midweek.
Early this evening, a band of lake effect rain and snow will develop over our northwestern counties. This could bring periods of heavy snow this evening, but accumulations will again be confined mainly to grassy and elevated surfaces. The greatest impact will be low visibility at times. Conditions quiet down after midnight, but temperatures will drop to the upper 20s overnight. As a result, untreated roads and surfaces that are still wet could have some slick spots. We will get some help with a strong wind overnight (gusting over 30 mph at times), which will help dry some roads.
A few rain and snow showers will linger into Monday morning from the lake effect band. The rest of the day brings mostly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 30s. A warm front lifts through, which could bring a few stray rain and snow showers in the late afternoon and early evening Monday. Again, these shouldn’t be impactful and I don’t expect much accumulation.
If you’re sick of the cold and snow, we warm into the 50s on Tuesday and close to the 60° mark by Wednesday. Another weather system moves in Wednesday evening, bringing more rain and dropping highs back into the 40s for the end of the week and into next weekend.
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