All of the computer models are still on board with the potential for light snow for your Sunday afternoon and evening. In fact the storm system is developing even further west than originally thought. This shift isn’t dramatic enough to put us in a heavy snow band, but if you have travel plans north and east look out. Kansas City has already picked up on some light snow from this system and St. Louis to Chicago and even Detroit look to pick up several inches of snowfall. Some areas could pick up 8″ of snowfall.
South Bend, IN northward to Grand Rapids, MI could then pick up another 4″+ of lake-effect snow on Monday for a total close to a foot. For here at home we are just on the edge of this storm system. We shouldn’t see any heavy snowfall but some light accumulations are possible. Here is the latest.
The slushy accumulations will be on the grassy surfaces and cold elevated objects and surfaces such as parked vehicles. The roads and soil temperatures remain 10 to 15 degrees above freezing which should help to melt some of the snow showers as they hit the ground.