South Bend, Indiana (WNDU) –
Tuesday: cloudy. The temperature rises to the mid 30’s. Southwest winds are 5 to 15 mph. Light snowfall moves from south to north after midnight.
Tuesday night: Cloudy with snow from south to north after midnight. Snow begins to pile up on the roads for the morning commute. Nearly 30F low. ESE wind speed 5-10 mph.
First warning weather day Wednesday: A light snowfall in the morning will give way to a steady, heavy snowfall in the afternoon. Steady snow turns into intermittent snow showers in the evening. Morning and afternoon commute times are affected by snow-covered roads and poor visibility throughout the region. Northeast winds to NNE winds 10-15 mph. Typical snowfall 3 to 5 inches.
Thursday: Most of Michiana wakes up to a smooth, snowy road. It takes a few more minutes to commute to work or school. Roads will be most affected south of US 30 and east of US 15. Light snow showers like the lake he could fall throughout the day. Snow cover up to 3 inches from the trail below the snow belt. The temperature is in the late 30s and almost stable. Overnight lows in the late 20’s.
Friday: A fast-moving system brings another light snow to parts of the region. Light lake-effect snow showers are likely as the system moves out of the region. Wind gusts of 30 miles per hour or more can cause blizzards.
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