First Alert Forecast: Scattered Showers Monday, Winter Returns Tuesday

Warmer with scattered showers Monday, then winter is making a return. Accumulating snow is possible on our First Alert Weather Day. Find out how this will impact your commutes in your First Alert Forecast.
Published: Apr. 19, 2021 at 5:03 AM EDT
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MONDAY: Beginning the day with a mixture of sun and clouds. A front moves in during the early afternoon bringing in more cloud cover and scattered showers through the evening. Shower chances increase after about noon. High of 59.

MONDAY NIGHT: Scattered showers and mostly cloudy skies. Winds out of the Northwest will put a chill in the air late. Low of 36.

TUESDAY: FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Rain showers during the morning with transition to a mixture of rain and snow showers. This will then change to snow as the cold front moves through. The evening commute may be slick and slushy. Late in the evening snow may cover roadways. High of 39.

WEDNESDAY: A few left over snow showers during the morning with a slushy or slick commute possible. Skies beginning to clear in the afternoon. A few flurries could stick around through the evening. Staying chilly. High of 40.

LONGE RANGE: After this last dose of winter. We will begin to warm up with more sunshine coming back into Michiana. The 60s make a return this weekend. With a few scattered showers possible during the weekend. Staying near average once we get through Wednesday. Keep checking back for the latest information on the First Alert Weather Day Tuesday into Wednesday!

Daily Climate Report: Sunday, April 18th 2021

Sunday’s High: 62

Sunday’s Low: 30

Precipitation: 0.00″

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