Quiet today, snow for some tomorrow
By: Erica Horvatin
Posted: Mar 23, 2018 5:23 AM EDT
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Today will be another sunny day with temperatures in the low/mid 40s. Winds will be lighter only 5-10mph. Clouds increase after 5 PM ahead of the next system. The wintry system moves into Michiana Saturday morning after 8 AM, bringing a chance for snow/mix to areas mainly south of US 30. Parts of Starke, Fulton and Marshall counties will receive around 1” of snow, but Pulaski county could see between 1 and 3”. It’s a sharp cut off, with more than 3” falling just south of Michiana. We clear up by Saturday night, and are dry and mostly sunny on Sunday.
Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 44.
Saturday: Chance of rain/snow, high of 38.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, high of 45.