Michiana dodging a more significant snowfall

NOW: Michiana dodging a more significant snowfall



Sunday, December 15th, 2019

A quiet and cold Sunday will give way to a chance of light snow and flurries Sunday night as a storm system grazes Michiana to the south. Minor accumulation of up to 1" is possible, especially south of U.S. 30, meaning Monday morning's commute could be a little slick. 

The likelihood of snow continuing on Monday into Monday night has dropped substantially. We may not see anything at all Monday and Monday night as the bulk of the precipitation stays to our south.

Beyond that there really isn't much in the way of active weather. It'll be relatively quiet and seasonably cold leading us up to Christmas. There is a small chance of late day rain and/or snow showers Friday, but that is by no means set in stone. 

Unfortunately, with this forecast, the probability of a white Christmas is virtually zero as it looks now.

Today: Mostly cloudy. High of 31.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. A chance of light snow. Low of 25.

Monday: Mostly cloudy. High of 34.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy during the morning with clearing by afternoon. High of 32.

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