No heavy stuff this weekend, but there will be lots of clouds and a few chances of snow, thanks to three different weather makers.
SYSTEM #1: The first system will move east east across the Ohio Valley Saturday. We could see a few snow showers from this Saturday morning. The best chance would be south of Indy.
SYSTEM #2: The second area of upper level low pressure will bring snow to mainly the northern thhird of Indiana Saturday afternoon and evening. This is likely to produce a couple inches around South Bend. Some light snow could sneak into Lafayette or Muncie.
SYSTEM #3: This will move through central and southern part of Indiana, and brings the best chances for accumulation this weekend in central Indiana. The most likely time would be right in the middle of the day. An inch or two is possible by Sunday night.
BONUS: Some Lake Effect snow showers are possible for 95-3 MNC listeners Sunday.
BONUS BONUS: Four dry days! That’s looking likely, with the next storm chance not coming until late Thursday night. The next biggest storm is building for next weekend, and it may bring both rain and snow.