Some random lake effect flurries & a few snow showers are possible overnight to early Tuesday morning. A light fluffy dusting is possible in places. Lows tonight will drop 14-21 with variable lake effect cloudiness & north wind turning to the northeast at 5-10 mph.
Here comes the snow after 10 p.m. Tuesday night with a change over to some sleet & quite a bit of freezing rain late in the night & through Wednesday morning.
Prior to change over to rain & drizzle with areas of dense fog:
1-2" of snowfall is possible along & north of Indiana 18 with 1" of snow or less south of Indiana 18.
0.10" or less of ice accretion is possible from freezing over a good chunk of the area. However, northeast of an Enos to Burnettsville to Logansport to Peru line, up to 0.15" glaze is possible.
Trace of sleet is likely.
Note the eventual change over to all rain from south to north over the area Wednesday mid-morning to afternoon.
Rain should then taper to drizzle & showers with dense fog.
Fog will be mixed out with time in the evening, followed by passage of cold front with a change over to some flurries & snow showers Wednesday night. Little to no accumulation is currently expected.
Periods of rain, heaviest Saturday night-Sunday morning with a few t'storms, will pass late Friday night-Sunday morning.
Some sun will follow with passage of strong cold front late Sunday morning with a thin line of gusty showers & t'showers. Howling northwest winds to 40 mph & tanking temperatures will follow as low clouds pivot back in & turn skies overcast.
1-2.25" of rainfall is possible with heaviest totals in the southeast part of the viewing area.
After highs Sunday morning of 57-63, temperatures will reach the 20s by Sunday night with a few flurries & snow showers.
Blizzard is possible over part of Kansas, Nebraska & Iowa to southeastern Minnesota & west-central Wisconsin.