Fall system brings rain then snow and bitter cold
Monday, December 9th, 2019
Scattered rain showers last on and off through today. The cold air begin to move in tonight, briefly changing the rain to snow as the system moves out. Little to no accumulation is expected from the system. The cold air will drop our temperatures in the low 50s today to the middle 20s by tomorrow evening. From the falling temperatures, icy spots will be possible on the roads Tuesday morning.
As winds shift from the NW to W, some lake effect snow will be possible Tuesday into Wednesday. This will mainly be fore our Michigan counties where they could see 1-3" of snow while most in our Indiana counties will see an 1" or less. Otherwise, those of you in our Indiana counties will notice clouds starting to break past midday Tuesday. The bitter cold will keep us in the mid 20s Wednesday with breezy winds making it feel even colder. Warming back up into the next weekend.
Today: Rain showers, especially through midday. Breezy. High of 51.
Tonight: Rain briefly turns to snow. Lake effect snow develops. Low of 32
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, lake effect snow. Breezy. Temperatures falling from 32 degrees.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy. Chance of a flurry. High of 24.