FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Back to sunshine on Friday; A few snow chances this weekend
Skies will stay clear with temperatures warming into the 20s Friday afternoon
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) -
The lake effect snow has come to an end across the area. Temperatures will remain cold through the afternoon even with full sunshine. Clouds will stay out of the forecast into Friday night before increasing Saturday morning. Highs this weekend will average the middle to low 20s with a chance of snow on Sunday.
FRIDAY: Lots of sunshine with a few high clouds throughout the day. Highs back into the middle 20s with a light breeze making it feel like the upper teens. High of 24.
SATURDAY: Clouds increase as a clipper system moves in. Some light snow showers are possible by the afternoon and through the evening into Sunday. A coating to a few inches of light fluffy snow are looking possible. High of 27.
LONG RANGE: The parade of clippers will continue next week. A bit more snow is likely heading between Monday and Tuesday of next week as a larger clipper system is possible. Behind that system. Tuesday night through Thursday morning looks bitterly cold. Lows near or below zero are possible. The cold and snow chances stick with us through the first part of February.
Daily Climate Report: Wednesday, January 19th, 2022
Wednesday’s High: 42
Wednesday’s Low: 20
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