Lunchtime Look: Warmer temperatures are on the way, followed by rain and snow

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Clouds are still winning this afternoon but we are seeing some peaks of sunshine too.


Temperatures remain cold and about 10 degrees below the average for this time of year. We’ll see highs in the upper 20’s this afternoon with winds from the southwest.


The southerly winds will continue to build through tomorrow, bringing warmer temperatures in the 40’s by Friday afternoon.


If you have travel plans this weekend, snow could impact your plans. A storm system works it’s way into northern Indiana by early tomorrow morning, dumping heavy snow. The far northern portion of the state is under a Winter Storm Warning and a Winter Storm Watch. That system moves out by early Saturday morning.


Rain and snow chances return for the weekend. Some light, accumulating snow is possible by Sunday morning. I’ll have more details tonight on FOX59 starting at 4 P.M.