An area of low pressure will drop south out of northern Minnesota and cross over the Great Lakes today and tomorrow dragging colder air south out of Canada. Lake effect showers and (snow showers yuck) will develop in Michigan and the eastern lakes, but we should miss out on the fun here in northwest Indiana.
We won’t miss out on the cooler air as temps will be hard-pressed to get into the low 50s today with increasing clouds. We’ll likely stay in the 40s Thursday before we begin to moderate heading into the weekend. We could end up with a few sprinkles or light showers the next 2 days, but we’re leaning dry in our forecast as of now!