Saturday brought a tranquil start to the weekend. But all eyes continue to be on Monday's snow chances!
As for Saturday night, clouds build in ahead of a quick weather system. That weather system could bring a few flurries through the day Sunday, but I don't expect much accumulation. Otherwise, expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the low 30s.
Monday starts out on a quiet but mostly cloudy note. The weather system we've been tracking for several days now arrives in the afternoon to early evening. Precipitation will start to the south and advance northward.
We expect a north-to-south gradient of snow accumulation. Areas to the north are more likely to see higher snow totals, while locations to the south are more likely to see a wintry mix. There has been a trend to track this system farther north, which would result in less snow for our area overall.
This forecast is still subject to change, but areas north of Fort Wayne have the greatest chance of seeing more significant snow, with Lagrange, Steuben, Noble, DeKalb, Williams, and Defiance counties having the possibility of seeing 2-4", with higher amounts possible. Areas south of Fort Wayne may not see much accumulation at all, with a rain/snow mix and even a bit of ice likely.
This is a very tricky forecast that is subject to change. A slight north or south movement will have big implications in how much snow each location sees. Stay with ABC 21 online, and tune in tonight at 6 and 11PM for the latest updates to the forecast!