We are tracking wintry weather to kick-off the work week. Skies turned mostly cloudy during the morning commute and there were even a few flurries around during the first part of the day. A warm front is lifting north this midday and the boundary could trigger an occasional flurry in our northern counties during the afternoon. Skies will remain mostly cloudy for the rest of the day. Highs will rise into the lower 40s.
A storm system is traveling over the Great Lakes today and tonight. This system will bring a chance for lighter snow showers during the overnight hours. Winds will shift out of the north and may create lake effect snow bands early tomorrow morning in our northeastern counties.
Snow totals will be very minor across the area. A dusting of snow may stick to the ground around Greater Lafayette. There is potential for more than a half inch of snow near Fulton, Pulaski and Miami counties early tomorrow. Icy conditions will be possible for tomorrow morning’s commute.
Temperatures are going to drop in a big way tomorrow. Highs will only reach the mid-20s during the afternoon hours. There is going to be another wave of snowfall late Wednesday. The area will begin to warm up again this weekend with highs in the lower to mid-40s.