Periods of heavy rain remain possible, at times, through the day on Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. The heaviest rain is expected to fall south of Fort Wayne where total rainfall amounts between 1 and 2 inches are possible by the time this round of rain ends by midday Wednesday.
Rainfall could be heavy across the region
A small warm up is ahead for the upcoming work week, but rain will hinder any outdoor plans.
We’ve only picked up 1″ of precipitation in total so far this March, so the ground is pretty dry.
A breeze will continue through the weekend into the beginning of next week.
Unlike our February, which was well above average in the temperature department, March 2018 has been a cooler than average month, so far.
Saturday’s Midwestern snow system looks to slide by south of us, meaning you shouldn’t be looking for snowflakes out your window here in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
Much colder temperatures to begin the weekend.
While the forecast track is not yet set in stone, here’s an early look at expected snow totals through the day on Saturday.
Another winter weather system will affect parts of our area for the start of the weekend.
Here’s an updated list of Tue night – Wednesday snow totals.
Heavy snowfall south of Fort Wayne
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A new season is upon us and the first day of spring also brings Indiana’s statewide tornado drill.
Temperatures finally get back to around average toward the end of the month
After a nice day in the 50s, temperatures cool next week.
Sunny skies and warmer temperatures ahead for Sunday.
We won’t be breaking any records this year with highs in the lower 40s.
The trickiest travel hours will likely be between 3 am and 9 am on Saturday.