Bitterly cold wind chills -15 to -20 degrees to start the day as gusty NW winds 10 to 20 mph. Single-digit to near zero temps prevail. Mostly sunny skies. Very cold high pressure holds daytime highs to 10-15 degrees. Winds diminish. Sub-zero wind chills. Accumulating lake-effect snow showers in the Michiana snow belt. “Clipper” low pressure system approaches from the NW. Winds shift south and clouds spread into area overnight. Chance of snow by morning.
Clouds increase and thicken with accumulating snow likely spreading into the area from the west. High temperatures around 20-degrees. Snow likely overnight with total accumulations 2 to 4-inches. South to southeast winds.
Mostly cloudy with some remnant clouds and light snow possible early, becoming partly sunny. High temperatures in the lower 30s. Clouds increase again later at night with a chance of snow by morning. Southwest winds.
An inch or two accumulation possible. Highs in the lower 30s. Becoming partly cloudy at night although lake-effect snow continues in the Michiana snow belt. Gusty west winds shift north by evening.
Scattered clouds at night. West winds shift south overnight.
Not as cold with highs in the upper 30s. Clouds lower with a chance of rain overnight. Southwest winds.
High temperatures 50 to 55. Rain ends, turning cold at night. Gusty southwest winds shift northwest at night.
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