By Dan Spalding
News Now Warsaw
WARSAW — It looks as if the most extreme weather that is part of a massive winter storm will stay north of Indiana.
Excessive winter conditions to the north and record heat to the south will is setting up for some extreme weather for part of this week.
That combination is expected to result in heavy rain Wednesday in Kosciusko County and that any chance of an ice storm will stay north of Indiana, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday will bring a 100 percent chance of rain across northern Indiana. The local high temperatures will be 42 and the low will fall to 26
Thursday will bring a 40 percent chance of rain. The high will be around 57 and the low will fall to about 20.
Friday brings a 30 percent chance of snow. The high will be around 30 and the low will fall to about 26, according to Meteorologist Matt Rudkin’s forecast.