FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — Temperatures have been running about 7 degrees BELOW normal for the past 7 days and there's more cold on the way.
A system moving into our area overnight Sunday will start to bring the first accumulating snowfall for many throughout the area.
Most of the area can expect at least an inch of snow. We'll start to see that snow die down late Monday night.
As mentioned before, we typically don't see our first inch of snowfall until about the first week of December.
Back behind the snow, cold air is going to filter in. High temperatures will struggle to climb above freezing for a good chunk of the area.
Fort Wayne could, potentially, break a daily record on Tuesday (11/12) for the lowest maximum temperature.
The record currently sits at 27 degrees set back in 1920.
So, for this time of year, we'll have to deal with historically cold temperatures for a few days.
If you want more forecast information, head over to the weather page.
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