Well, as much as everyone is awaiting the warmer temperatures and nice spring weather, winter is still holding on with a tight grip! We have more snow in the forecast just as I talked about in my last post. The weekend winter weather returns. Here we are trying to get ready for severe weather with severe weather preparedness week coming up and I have snow back in the forecast. Indiana weather is crazy that's for sure. And this winter has been anything but pleasant!
as we head into the overnight tonight we will continue with dry conditions and mostly clear skies across the area. Expect a low tonight around 25* degrees with a light wind between 3 and 5 mph.
Saturday will be much of the same for the most part. More partly cloudy skies through out the day with a high around 46* degrees and a low that night around 28* degrees. Winds will be light between 5 and 10 mph. We will start to see a low pressure system move into the area later on Saturday night into early Sunday which will bring some snow showers along with it.
Here's a look at Sunday's outlook below.
Right now models track this low pressure system far enough south that we should be in an all snow event. With the rain and icy mix staying south of Indianapolis at this time. Currently a few models show this system with the potential to give way to 2" to 4" inches of snowfall in the Lafayette, and near by areas. Still this is two days out so things will be subject to change, however this is how things are currently setting up.
You can see in this model image below showing the precipitation type and keeping us in the snow rather then rain and icy mixes
along with a few snow showers on Sunday we will also see breezy conditions with winds between 15 and 25 mph. Gusting near 30 mph at times. Expect a high around 36* degrees with a low that night around 24* degrees. I will continue to keep an eye on this developing system and check back with new information very soon. Have a nice day bloggers.
Take care and God bless!