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(Tyler Sebree/ABC 57) Mostly cloudy (but dry) skies continue on Sunday, Nov. 10, with highs in the mid/upper 40s again.
Rain showers are possible for the tail end of the day in our Michigan counties, but the rain changes over to snow for everyone tonight into Monday morning. That system snow will move through for the 1st half of tomorrow, impacting the AM drive especially north of the Toll Road, before switching to lake effect snow in the afternoon. The lake effect continues for most of Michiana, thanks to a constant NNW wind, Monday afternoon throughout Tuesday, with the bands breaking up Tuesday night.
System snow totals have increased some to a widespread 1-4 inches with higher amounts to the north. Lake effect totals range from 8 inches in northeast Berrien County to less than an inch for the western, southern, and eastern borders of Michiana.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with rain showers late to the north. High of 46.
Sunday Night: Cloudy. Rain changes over to snow. Low of 29.
Monday: Cloudy with AM system snow, followed by PM L.E. snow. Breezy. High of 30.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with L.E. snow showers. Cold. High of 23.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of snow showers. High of 27.
A #WinterStormWatch has been issued for Berrien and Cass counties Monday through Tuesday out ahead of system and lake effect snow! High totals and tricky travel are expected starting tomorrow morning! I’m breaking down the details on @ABC57News! pic.twitter.com/sP9sSyNwf3
— Alex Countee (@alexcabc57) November 10, 2019
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