Wild weather could bring snow Thursday, then 70s Sunday
With the wild weather on the way this week, you'll need to hold onto your hat, and not just because of upcoming breezy conditions.
High temperatures in South Bend over the next five days will start with five different numbers.
While highs reached the 70s Tuesday across Michiana, temperatures will plummet into the 40s on Wednesday and only reach the 30s on Thursday.
Flurries and a few snow showers from Lake Michigan could also fly across Michiana skies Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
It may seem cruel to have April snow in the forecast, but accumulating snow is fairly common this time of year. The average last day of measurable snow is April 6.
So far, South Bend has yet to record any snow accumulation during meteorological spring (March, April and May).
Temperatures quickly hop back into the 50s, 60s and 70s by the time we enter Easter weekend.