Warm, breezy, and partly cloudy conditions are expected today as highs climb to the upper 40s north to around 60 south on southwesterly winds gusting to around 30 mph.
Temperatures will warm into the 40s north to middle 50s south today under mostly sunny skies.
Dry weather expected for much of this week with temperatures gradually warming.
Widespread rain will move in late this evening with brief periods of snow mixing in across north-central Indiana.
Mostly cloudy skies will gradually begin to clear later today as flurries come to an end.
A few flurries today and tomorrow.
Snow will continue this morning and diminish in the afternoon.
Bitterly cold temperatures will continue this morning. Be sure to dress warmly if venturing outside.
Some light snow will linger this morning. Hazardous road conditions will continue. Otherwise mostly cloudy and cold. Below zero wind chills will occur at times through Wednesday.
Heavy snowfall rates are expected Monday afternoon through early Monday night, with treacherous travel conditions arriving for the evening commute. Also, winds are expected to be strong later this evening and tonight further endangering travelers with blowing and drifting snow as well and lower visibilities.