Saturday soaker turns into mostly dry Sunday

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast

Saturday, December 16, 2023

The quiet week of weather is officially over as Michiana looks down the barrel of two separate rounds of precipitation in the coming days. Tonight, temperatures drop into the low 40s as a low-pressure system brings rain showers and a subsequent cold front on Sunday. All rain will wrap up early Sunday morning before most of us are awake, but cloudy skies remain overhead. After the low exits our region, wind picks up and shifts directions, helping trigger lake effect snow development late Sunday night. The snow carries over into the majority of Monday as temperatures drop below freezing Monday afternoon and night. It's likely this event will be the most significant snowfall South Bend has seen so far this winter, although at this point most accumulation will likely take place after the evening commute as surface temps fall into the mid 20s. Snow wraps up by Tuesday as highs hover in the mid 30s.

Tonight: Rain. Low 42.

Sunday: Overcast. High 47.

Monday: Windy with lake effect snow. High 35.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 34.







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