Snow lasts through Monday and is followed up by single digit temps

NOW: Snow lasts through Monday and is followed up by single digit temps

ABC57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Forecast

Sunday, January 29th , 2023

Lake effect flurries continue to linger around Michiana tonight through Monday afternoon. Accumulations are less than an inch in the landlocked portions of Michiana with totals of just above one inch along the lakeside areas. Cloudy skies will take over after the last of the snow has moved out Monday afternoon and temperatures will begin to cool down into the high tens Monday night. Tuesday and Wednesday will both be quiet in regard to precipitation, but not temperature. A surge of cold, polar air from Canada will swing through the Great Lakes region Tuesday through Wednesday, bringing temperatures that will feel like sub-zero in some parts of Michiana during the evening hours of Tuesday going into Wednesday. Wednesday will be warmer than Tuesday, but temperatures will still be stuck in the mid 20s.

Tonight: Flurries. Low 20.

Monday: Flurries gradually dissipating by evening. High 22.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 17.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy High 26.

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