Regarding the midweek snow storm, the northern Indiana office of the National Weather Service sent the tweet below:
Regarding the reference to last night’s thoughts, see the blog post I published last night. As usual, the above-referenced forecast discussion is quite technical, but the way I read it, the gist is that there is still some disagreement between computer forecast models regarding whether the storm will bring all snow to the entire 37-county forecast area, or whether the southeastern portion of the forecast area (e.g., Jay, Blackford, Grant, Wells, Adams and Allen Counties of Indiana and Van Wert County, Ohio) will see mixed precipitation. Also, the discussion indicates that a winter storm watch might be needed by early Monday morning.
Here’s what this morning’s Hazardous Weather Outlook had to say about the coming storm:
THERE IS INCREASING POTENTIAL FOR ANOTHER WINTER STORM TO IMPACT
THE AREA TUESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING WITH HEAVY
SNOW. PLEASE STAY TUNED TO THE LATEST FORECASTS AND UPDATES
REGARDING THIS POTENTIAL WINTER STORM.
WIND CHILL TEMPERATURES OF 10 TO 20 BELOW ARE EXPECTED WEDNESDAY
NIGHT INTO FRIDAY MORNING.