WARSAW — The first taste of winter weather will arrive Monday with a strong chance of accumulating snow and temperatures that will fall into the teens on Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
The predicted high temperature of 48 for Sunday, Nov. 10, will be the warmest compared to anything in the weeklong forecast in Kosciusko County.
Sunday will be cloudy. A slight chance of rain and snow could begin before daybreak Monday. The low will be 31.
Monday will see a high of 33, but the temperature will be falling until it reaches 18.
The weather service predicts there will be a 100% chance of precipitation. Two to four inches of snow is possible Monday and another inch is possible Monday night.
The cold and snow are part of a significant early-season arctic airmass that will produce areas of snow and freezing rain, and gusty winds across the central and eastern U.S. into next week.
Accumulations are expected across the entire area on Monday. Lake effect snow showers with heavy snow are possible directly south of Lake Michigan, the weather service said.
In Kosciusko County, there will be a 60% percent chance of snow continues Tuesday, but accumulations are expected to be less than an inch. Temperatures will range from a high of 24 and a low of 11 overnight, the weather service said.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy. The high will be 27 and the low will be 23.
Thursday will see a high of 35. Friday will be mostly sunny with a high of 38.