Tonight’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Snow leaving, rain returns for Sunday
- Clouds will decrease this evening, allowing temperatures to rapidly fall
- Temperatures will be steady or slowly rising after midnight as clouds increase
- Snow will begin to move into NW Indiana/SW Lower Michigan tonight and the rest of the area Saturday morning, briefly mixing with sleet or light freezing rain
- All rain by late Sunday morning
(April 9, 2016) – Lake effect clouds will continue to dissipate by sunset, with mostly clear skies much of the evening. This will allow temperatures to rapidly fall into the 20s with lows likely occurring near or just after midnight local time. Clouds will begin to move back in later tonight, with temperatures holding steady or slowly rising.
Light snow will begin to move into NW Indiana and SW Lower Michigan and overspread the area by morning. As warmer air arrives above the surface, the snow will mix with sleet or possibly light freezing rain, before changing to all rain by late Sunday morning.
Periods of rain are expected across the area Sunday afternoon into Sunday evening. Highs on Sunday will reach the middle 40s in the northeast to the middle 50s in the southwest.