WARSAW – A return to winter weather is still expected to result in slick and snowy conditions overnight, but the snowfall total has been downgraded for Kosciusko County.
The National Weather Service had been predicting 3-5 inches of snow, but has revised that to 1-2 inches of snow.
Heavier accumulations are expected to the south and to the east.
Tuesday’s forecast calls for rain changing to snow this afternoon as much colder air moves in.
Winter Weather Advisories have been issued for northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio where 3-6 inches of snow is possible.
Freezing temperatures are expected to cause icy driving conditions, the weather service said.
Tuesday night’s low will fall to 26
A freeze warning has been issued for the region from tonight through Wednesday night.
Wednesday will see a lingering slight chance of snow and a high of 41.
Thursday will be sunny with a high of 51.