Last Accumulating Snow of the Season?

An area of low pressure will head up from the southwest bringing an area of moisture into our currently colder airmass. The result will be a period of sloppy rain/wet snow, some of which will produce a slushy accumulation later Sunday into Sunday night and early Monday morning. As you’d expect this time of year, we’ll be dealing with big ole wet snowflakes with this one and if the snowfall rate can be heavy enough–we’ll likely see some slushy accumulation, especially on elevated or grassy surfaces. Also helping “Team Accumulation” would be the fact we’ll see some snow at night … Continue reading Last Accumulating Snow of the Season?

Snow Possible Saturday

A friendly reminder: winter is still here We still get snow. Our temps fluctuate more and more this time of year as the battle between the colder air to the north and the warm, humid air to the south begins to set up. We definitely have that set up this week with bouts of 60s and brief periods of 30s/40s. This is Spring. We’re watching a system this weekend that will bring an area of low pressure across the Missouri Valley into the Ohio Valley. There will be plenty of moisture available and as colder air moves in from the … Continue reading Snow Possible Saturday

Heaviest Snow Now Targets NW Indiana

[This is the Monday Midday Update–make sure you check the homepage at regionweather.com for the latest information] A complex storm system will move into the Region later today bringing a prolonged period of precipitation–starting as rain today, transitioning from rain to snow Tuesday, and ramping up with gusty winds Tuesday night through Wednesday. The models have shifted south with the low pressure (as of this update) bringing the heaviest axis of snow right through NW Indiana. Here’s the big picture view of how this evolves: PRECIP-TYPE TIMELINE A quick summary on how precip-types will play out: MONDAY EVENING Rain develops … Continue reading Heaviest Snow Now Targets NW Indiana