Northwestern Indiana – A winter blast is set to sweep through northwestern Indiana, with the National Weather Service predicting up to 4 inches of snowfall beginning after midnight.
The region, which has enjoyed dry and mild conditions, is on the cusp of a dramatic shift as a potent low pressure system nears the Great Lakes. This system is forecasted to deliver not just heavy snow but also a challenging Tuesday morning commute.
Authorities advise residents to prepare for slippery roads and to plan for additional travel time. The snow is expected to transition into a wintry mix and rain as temperatures climb, with precipitation continuing into Tuesday night. Stay ahead of the storm and plan your travel with care.