WARSAW – A winter storm will arrive in Kosciusko County Monday afternoon, Jan. 25, and continue into Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
Snow is likely late this afternoon and could result in some minor accumulation.
The weather service predicts a wintery mix overnight. Snow, freezing rain and sleet are possible. Much of what results will depend on temperature changes. Areas north of Kosciusko County could see three to six inches of snow while areas along US 24 could see very little accumulation.
Monday’s high will be 32. The low will fall to 28.
There is a 50 percent chance of freezing rain and snow for the first part of Tuesday. The high will be 32 and then temps will fall to 23.
Wednesday includes a slight chance of snow. The high will be near 29 and the low will fall into the mid-teens.