UNDATED – Winter weather is set to make a comeback in Indiana tomorrow.
The National Weather Service posted Winter Storm Warnings for a large part of Central Indiana from 7 a-m Saturday to 7 a-m Monday.
Indianapolis, Bloomington and Columbus are expecting 6 inches of snow from the storm. North to Lafayette, Delphi and Kokomo about 5 inches is expected. Monticello, Wabash and Marion could get 4 to 6 inches while Fort Wayne could see 3 to 4 inches, Ligonier, Auburn and South Bend 2 to 3 inches. LaGrange, Sturgis, Angola and Elkhart could see an inch or two.
Elkhart and Noble Counties are part of a Winter Weather Advisory from 5 a-m to midnight on Saturday.
An update late Friday afternoon increased the snow forecast slightly and added DeKalb County to the Winter Weather Advisory.
Snow is expected to be on the wetter side, limiting any blowing or drifting.
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