Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Snow diminishes tonight
(January 10, 2016) – Snow will begin to diminish across most of the area this evening and overnight. However, some lake effect snow may persist north of US-6 overnight, where additional snowfall up to an inch is possible. Skies will being to clear tonight outside of the lake effect areas. This will allow temps to fall into the single digits overnight, with wind chill values as low as ten degrees below zero.
Lake effect snow will gradually end Monday morning, and clouds will be on the increase across the area as the next system to impact the region approaches. Highs will be in the upper teens to mid 20s. Snow will begin to overspread the area late Monday afternoon and evening, and will continue through the overnight hours. Most locations are expected to pick up 1 to 2 inches of snowfall.
As this system exits the area to the east, lake effect snow will ramp up and bring the potential for several inches of additional snow accumulation Tuesday, mainly in the lake effect favored areas in far northern Indiana and southwest lower Michigan.
Stay tuned for the latest forecast information!