A few slick spots north as rain and snow exits
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA) - A quick-moving weather system moved in this afternoon, bringing light rain and snow across the region. As that system exits and temperatures fall, a few slicks spots are possible tonight, mainly north of Fort Wayne.
Rain and snow should wrap up before midnight. After midnight, a bit of drizzle is possible. Already wet roads along with additional drizzle could result in some slick spots where temperatures drop below freezing. That’s most likely north of Fort Wayne (especially LaGrange and Steuben counties). Temperatures are expected to stay fairly marginal, around the 32° mark.
Clouds stick around Sunday. A few rain and snow showers could pop up through the day Sunday, but most locations should stay dry. Temperatures will return to the mid to upper 30s by midday before dropping during the evening hours as winds shift to northwesterly.
Monday brings more cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 30s. Another weak, quick-moving weather system pushes through Monday night, bringing another chance for a light rain/snow mix. Like today’s precipitation, I don’t expect major impacts or even heavy precipitation.
We dry out for the rest of the week, with highs rising into the 40s and perhaps even the low 50s by Thursday. The sun also returns, with partly cloudy skies expected all week long.
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