FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — It’ll be another downight cold start.
Temperatures will start in the teens Wednesday morning but if you factor in the light breeze, it’ll be feeling more like the single digits.
There may be a few hints of sunshine from time to time in the morning, otherwise it’ll be a mostly cloudy day.
High temperatures will top out near 20 degrees and light snow chances will increase in the afternoon.
Due to dry, and frigid conditions in the upper levels of our atmosphere, this will be a dry, powdery snow.
Much like what we had earlier in the week, it kind of just blows around.
Light snow chances will continue for the evening commute so slick spots will be possible.
The snow is expected to taper off before 11 p.m. and snowfall totals will be less than an inch.
Wednesday night lows will fall near 10 degrees under a cloudy sky.
The clouds will linger across the region for Thursday and afternoon highs will top out near 20 degrees.