The weather outside is frightful and don’t look for it to get better anytime soon.
The National Weather Service office in North Webster is forecasting single digit wind chills for the overnight hours tonight and then snow accumulations of up to 6 inches by next week.
Friday through Sunday, look for the possibility of 4 inches to 6 inches of snow to fall in Kosciusko, Noble, Fulton, Whitley, Wabash and Huntington counties.
The extended forecast calls for tonight’s low temperature to be around 12 degrees with southwest winds to 10 mph. Friday will be party sunny with a high near 29 and a low Friday night around 22. Chance for 1-inch to 3-inches of snow Friday night is 80 percent.
On Saturday, snow will continue mainly before 4 p.m. with a high near 30. Look for about an inch of new accumulation. Saturday night’s low will be around 17.
For Sunday, temperatures will fall to a high near 18 and a low of 10 and through Wednesday, the NWS predicts the mercury won’t surpass the mid-20s.