Winter Storm Watch is in effect from late Friday night through Saturday. Newest models predicting anywhere from 5 to 8 inches of snow with locally heavier amounts! In addition, gusty winds and the wet, heavy nature of the snow will make any travel conditions very difficult!
Who: Tippecanoe, Montgomery, Fountain, Warren, Benton, Newton, Jasper, White, Cass, Carrol, Clinton, Howard, Miami and Pulaski counties
What: Heavy snowfall and mixed precipitation. Ice accumulations around 1/10th of an inch are possible.
When: Starting late Friday night through Saturday evening. Heaviest amounts are projected to fall between 2:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.
The storm will start off as a wintry mix then transition to snow showers. Location on where the heaviest band of snow lands is still uncertain, but within the heavy band 6-10″ of snow is projected to fall. The greatest amounts are likely to be over southern White, Cass, and Miami Counties in Indiana. Stay tuned for updated snowfall amounts within the upcoming days.
On Monday, spring decides to finally show-up with highs near 50. We will warm up even MORE during the week with highs pushing 60. Expect scattered showers and storms during the week.
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