Fog, heavy rain & flood threat

NOW: Fog, heavy rain & flood threat

A dense fog advisory is in effect for all of Michiana until 11 PM tonight, as visibility remains at around .25 miles and less. Scattered showers will start up more during the evening, and the heaviest rain will move through (south to north) overnight until around 5 AM. There will be a break from the heavy rain from around 5:30-8 AM, and then another round of heavy rain will move through (west to east) from around 9AM – the early/mid-afternoon.

Flooding will be a low to moderate threat, especially north of US 30. Flood risk is highest near rivers/creeks and in low lying/flood prone areas. Rainfall accumulation will be from around .5” to 1.5”, with the lower totals south of US 30.

A cold front will move through early Tuesday morning, turning rain into a snow/mix. This could cause messy driving conditions Tuesday. Lake effect snow accumulation is looking to be less than 1”.

Tonight: Cloudy with periods of rain. Foggy. Low of 41 with temps slowing climbing.

Monday: Periods of moderate or heavy rain. Patchy fog possible. High of 51.  

Tuesday: Snow showers. Highs in the low/mid 30s.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Highs in the low 30s.


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