Although Spring has sprung, Winter refuses to go away

NOW: Although Spring has sprung, Winter refuses to go away

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast

Sunday, April 16th , 2023

The days of back-to-back 70+ degree days are over (for now). Tonight will start off brisk and windy as the sun goes down with rain showers developing soon after. Rain will last until just after midnight when temperatures cool down to just above freezing, triggering a rain/snow mix that will plague Michiana in the overnight hours. Monday will be characerized by a more scattered rain/snow mix throughout the day as temperatures climb back into the low 40s. Little to no accumulation is expected as temperatures at the ground will be too warm as the mix falls. The precipitation will taper off Monday night, leaving us with a quiet Tuesday in store with mostly sunny skies and temperatures approaching 50. Wednesday will be warm and start off sunny as we welcome back the mid-60s, although rain showers are expected to develop in the late afternoon.

Tonight: Rain/snow. Low 34.

Monday: Rain/snow. High 42.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 49.

Wednesday: Showers. High 65.

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