Our next storm system is already taking shape in the southern United States as a stream of moisture heads towards the Ohio Valley. Eventually an area of low pressure will develop and bring an expansive area of rain through Indiana Friday with the majority of the rain missing us here in northwest Indiana. The result will be a rather cloudy day Friday with a few passing showers.
By Friday night, another quick-moving low pressure will move in from the northwest. It will likely have a decent area of snow swirling around as it moves in–this will change any scattered showers over to some snow showers Friday night through early Saturday.
Temps will move from the upper 30s to the lower 30s–but without a real punch of arctic air, the snow won’t accumulate much. Combined with the fact that this will be a quick-mover–we’ll likely see a trace to around an inch at best in the Region.
Winds will pick up and a quick dose of colder air will hit Saturday before temps once again…you guessed it…REBOUND back into the 40s for Sunday! Here’s a look at the storm system through Saturday: