Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Quiet to start the week
(February 21, 2016) – A frontal boundary will continue to drop south across the Great Lakes region today, bringing cooler air to the region. However, high temperatures are still expected to be above normal, ranging from the lower 40s across far southern lower Michigan to the mid to upper 40s across most of northern Indiana and northwest Ohio.
A ridge of high pressure will build in behind the front tonight keeping quiet weather in place through Tuesday. A storm system is expected to take shape across the southern Plains on Tuesday, and then begin to impact the area for the middle of the week.
Rain and snow will become likely Tuesday night into Wednesday, and this system will have the potential to linger into Thursday. Accumulating snow is possible across at least portions of the area for the middle of the week, although there is a good deal of uncertainty regarding the track and strength of this system. Thus, there is currently low confidence in the rain versus snow potential.
Check back for the latest forecast over the next few days as details regarding this potential storm become more clear.