Preparing for the weekend winter storm
By: Erica Horvatin
Posted: Jan 11, 2019 5:48 PM EDT
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The big Midwest winter storm will move into Michiana Saturday mid-morning, with snowfall peaking in the afternoon.
Cities south of US-30 will have the highest impacts, with over 3" of snow possible throughout Saturday. Avoid driving around during the afternoon if you live in Pulaski or Fulton counties.
Here's a look at potential snowfall totals for Saturday.
Impacts from this storm will be on the low end, because we receive 1-3" of snow on a regular basis during winter. Confidence in this forecast is on the high end, but not 100%. This is because if the storm shifts north, that could mean more snow for us, and if it shifts south, it could mean less snow.