We've been talking about this for over a week, and now it's here. Snow will increase across Michiana tonight with the heaviest overnight in the northern half of Michiana. Snow will move into southern parts of Michiana overnight, with the higher amounts in those areas occurring during the day tomorrow. Winds will pick up towards daybreak, and we will see Northeast winds at 20-30 mph tomorrow afternoon. That will cause blowing and drifting which can greatly reduce visibility. Overall we are expecting 4-6 inches in much of Michiana, with 6-8 inches near/north of the state line. Locally higher amounts are possible. Snow will end tomorrow afternoon in northern areas, and tomorrow evening further south as the system pulls away and drier air moves in. That's when we will see the temperatures tank. Lows Saturday night will be in the single digits with highs on Sunday in the mid teens. Sunday night will be even colder as lows dip down below zero. Monday will also be in the mid teens, but then we will be briefly back in the 30s on Tuesday.