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MONDAY'S WEATHER OUTLOOK: Snow on the radar

April 14, 2014

WHITLEY COUNTY (April 14, 2014) -- As a cold front moves through this morning,there will be some rain showers and the chance for a rumble of thunder.

Rain will become more scattered throughout the morning before becoming more hit-and-miss this afternoon. Temperatures are going to fall this afternoon from upper 60s to mid 40s. Temperatures will continue to fall this evening and overnight.

When another round of precipitation arrives this evening, it will begin as rain before changing over to sleet and eventually snow. With temperatures dropping down into the mid to upper 20s, precipitation will remain as snow through early morning. Some light accumulation will be possible (1″ or less), though most of this will only stick to places like grassy surfaces and cars due to the warm weather this past weekend. A bit of ice may be possible in areas of standing water by Tuesday morning.

Clouds will decrease on Tuesday with temperatures struggling to make it to 40 degrees. Temperatures will warm back into the 50s and 60s by midweek with clouds and sunshine. Rain chances return closer to the holiday weekend.

Today: Cloudy with on and off rain showers. Windy and becoming cooler.

High: 67° and falling

Winds: Becoming NW 15-25, gusts to 35 mph

Tonight: Cloudy with scattered light rain/snow mix. Accumulations 1″ or less.

Low: 26°

Winds: N 10-15, gusts to 25 mph

Tuesday: Leftover morning flurry. Decreasing clouds and cold.

High: 40°

Winds: NW 10-15, gusts to 25 mph

Tuesday Night: Mostly clear and cold.

Low: 24°

Winds: N 5-10 mph

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