WSBT 22 First Alert Weather: Winter storm bringing down heavy snow
Friday night update
Light to moderate steady snow will continue through the mid-evening hours. An additional 2-4” of snow is likely on top of the 8-12” that has already accumulated. As we move into the late evening and overnight hours, snow will move out of the area, but another burst of snowfall is likely as we move into the early Saturday morning hours. An additional 1” of snow is possible with that system.
Saturday will feature mostly cloudy skies, but we’ll get a break from the snow for much of the day. By late Saturday night and into Sunday, another wave of energy approaches the area, dropping 2-4”+ of snow across the region. This will last through much of Sunday. Late afternoon, snow moves out and skies clear for Sunday evening. This will allow temperatures to fall below zero for Monday morning’s commute.
For a full look at road conditions in Indiana see Indiana Traveler Information.
For those in Michigan, MDOT offers a Travel Map and Plow Tracker.
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South Bend International Airport is advising travellers to check their flights before heading out. There have been several delays and cancellations:
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Here's an updating list of closings and delays: http://wsbt.com/weather/closings