We're tracking a weather system that could bring our first chance at accumulating snow this season! However, this doesn't look to be an impactful event and snow will likely remain confined to grassy and elevated surfaces.
Cloud cover remains Saturday night as temperatures fall due to a northerly breeze. Temperatures will likely fall into the mid 30s, but a few locations may reach the lower 30s. Exactly how far temperatures fall tonight will have an impact on how much snow sticks Sunday.
Precipitation arrives Sunday morning. This will likely start out as a rain/snow mix north of Fort Wayne and just rain south of Fort Wayne. As cooler air arrives, this may transition to just snow for areas north and east of Fort Wayne. However, temperatures will remain right around freezing, which will prevent any meaningful accumulation. We've also had warm conditions the past few days, which should keep ground temperatures (and especially roads) above freezing.
Those areas that do see snow could pick up a trace to 2" on grassy surfaces. Again, this is most likely northeast of Fort Wayne. Precipitation should wrap up by Sunday evening. In this weather system's wake, temperatures are stuck in the 40s for most of next week.
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