21Alive Weather Forecast

By Curtis Smith, Chief Meteorologist
By Chris Daniels, Meteorologist
By Matt Leach, Weekend Forecaster

June 18, 2014 Updated Dec 24, 2014 at 7:36 AM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - Travel conditions today will remain good. It will be mostly cloudy and turning windy with rain developing later in the day. High around 48, but our southeast counties will run back into the 50s. That winter storm system will lift north and move just to our east over Toledo and Detroit. If this suggested track continues, almost all our precipitation will be rain. I still expect a changeover to wet snow later this evening, but even then temperatures will be well above freezing. There may be a half inch or so on the grassy areas by morning. IF the storm drifts further east, revisions would need to be made of increased snowfall, but doesn't look likely right now.
For travelers heading to South Bend or Chicago, some accumulation of snow is possible during the evening. There, one to three inches seems likely. The heaviest snow will be over central and northern Michigan where snow could fall in the 4-8" range.

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