FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - By the end of the day on Tuesday, some places could wake up to 10+ inches of new snow on the ground.
This is on top of the 5 inches still left in some places from the snow systems dating back to late January.
The timeline of events is as follows:
The first round of snow wraps up early Monday morning. New snow accumulations will be up to 2 inches across the area. During the Monday morning commute, some isolated slick spots are possible.
There's expected to be a little bit of a pause in the snow late Monday morning into early afternoon. Temperatures in the afternoon only rising to the teens, with feels like temperatures in the low single digits.
At about 4 p.m. on Monday, snow will start to spread south to north, becoming heavy at times by 10 p.m.
This round of snow will be a significant one for most people, with an additional 5 to 8+ inches of snow accumulation by Tuesday morning. Travel conditions will be especially tricky Monday evening and Tuesday morning.
Total snow accumulations by Tuesday at noon are expected to range from 5 to 8 inches up near South Bend.
In Fort Wayne, about 8 to 10 total inches. South of U.S. 24, 10+ inches of snow is possible.