Our high yesterday was 41 & low this morning 29....still a bit above the normal of 37/24.
For the viewing area as a whole, highs yesterday ranged from 36-42 with lows this morning of 26-30. Normal for the viewing area as a whole is 34-38 & 20-25.
Low clouds are breaking & eroding over the area now with temperatures 32-36.
Following this clearing trend today, some lake effect low cloudiness will overspread the north & northeast tonight & some of that may make it as far south as Flora, Delphi & Lafayette. Also, high & mid clouds will overspread the area from the west.
So, "increasing clouds" will be the forecast wording for tonight & tomorrow will be a mostly cloudy to cloudy day.
Highs tomorrow will run 32-37 after lows tonight of 21-26. Winds will turn easterly to east-southeasterly at 5-15 mph.
We are still watching Wednesday for the best potential of accumulating snow until perhaps early January.
We went ahead & increased chance from 20-25% to 45%, but it appears that the southeastern half of the area currently has the best potential of 1" or less of snow & it may be a sharp cut-off.
So, from Attica to Lafayette to Delphi to Logansport to Denver, 1" or less of accumulation is possible. The amounts at or closer to 1" will tend to be in our far southeast from Darlington to Kirklin to Greentown.
Only a few flurries may occur farther northwestward.
This is subject to change & will be monitored very closely to see if totals will need to be increased or decreased or need to be shifted northwestward.
Be weather aware if you are commuting Wednesday morning as it doesn't take much for a few slick spots, especially on bridges & overpasses.
Timing would be 6 a.m.-4 p.m. Slick spots on roads would tend to be before 10 a.m.
Lows in the morning should run 27-30 & afternoon highs 33-36.
I will have another update this evening.
The rest of the week looks dry with a slow warming trend.
Rain is possible by late Saturday-Sunday morning & then around Christmas with mild temperatures.
We will then watch early January for the potential of some accumulating snow as we turn colder.