Outlook to January 22January 11th, 2014 at 11:23 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
NWS River Forecasts:
Wabash at Covington is forecast to crest 2′ below flood stage.
Flood Warnings continue for Wabash at Lafayette & Kankakee River in northwestern Newton County.
The Iroquois River at Foresman & Rensselaer will remain below flood stage.
Sunday looks good, but windy. High near 46 with partly cloudy skies with be dominated by southwest wind to 34 mph at times.
With 37, gusts of 40 mph are possible tomorrow night.
Some showers are possible Monday, which may change to a few snow showers, but it doesn’t look like a big deal. Highs will be in the 40s, then fall into the 30s with windy conditions.
Clipper Tuesday will bring wind & some snow showers. Minor accumulations of 1″ or less are possible. Clipper may develop into Northeast storm with 5-11″ over the Northeast from New York to Maine.
20s & 30s Wednesday-Friday will give way to clipper snow showers by Friday with minor accumulations of 1″ or less.
Beyond Friday, 20s & 30s will dominate next week to mid-next week. At that point, clipper may pass with highs near 40. It may bring a few rain & snow showers.