Marshall County EMA announced that a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for portions of northern Indiana beginning at 10 p.m. tonight until 7 p.m. on Monday. Conditions will impact the counties of Marshall, Starke and Pulaski.
Approximately 2 to 4 inches of snow are expected. Plan on slippery road conditions, especially during the Monday morning commute. They report that additional lake
effect accumulations are expected Monday night into early Tuesday, near Lake Michigan.
During an advisory, motorists are advised to practice caution while driving and be prepared for icy, snow-covered roads and reduced visibility at times.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the counties of Marshall, Pulaski and Starke. It will be in effect until 1 p.m. ET/ noon CT.
Officials are anticipating mixed precipitation of sleet, freezing rain and snow to transition to all snow this morning. Snow and sleet accumulations of 1 to 3 inches and ice accumulations up to one tenth of an inch are expected.
Local spots such as Plymouth, Bremen, Culver, Knox, North Judson, Bass Lake, Winamac, Francesville and Medaryville are listed as areas that will be impacted by these conditions. Continue reading
The National Weather Service has issued an urgent winter weather advisory for Marshall County, including the cities of Plymouth, Bremen and Culver. The advisory will be in effect on Thursday, January 4 from 1 a.m. until 7 p.m. ET.
Lake effect snow will be impacting the area so residents should prepare for reduced visibility at times and difficult travel conditions during morning and evening commutes. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 7 inches, with localized amounts of up to 10 inches are expected. Continue reading
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the National Weather Service have partnered to celebrate Lightning Safety Awareness Week in the state, June 18-24. The week is designed to have Hoosiers have a better understanding of the dangers of lightning. Continue reading
The National Weather Service, Marshall County Emergency Management Agency and Marshall County SKYWARN group are hosting a storm spotter training class. Continue reading
A wind chill advisory is in effect through noon EST/11 a.m. CST Monday, Dec. 19 for our entire listening area. Continue reading
More ice and snow is headed our way. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Starke, Marshall and Kosciusko Counties from this afternoon through tomorrow morning. Continue reading
The 50th Marshall County Blueberry Festival officially gets underway tomorrow in Plymouth. But keeping thousands of visitors safe during the event is a year-round job, according to security coordinator Duane Culp. Festival security involves about 125 officers from various police departments, with 30 to 35 in Centennial Park at any given time. Continue reading
A flood warning is in effect for much of the area until mid-afternoon. Areas covered by the warning from the National Weather Service include Starke, Northwestern Marshall, Northwestern Pulaski, Southeastern LaPorte and St. Joseph Counties. Since yesterday, between 4 and 8 inches of rain have fallen over the warning area, with additional showers expected to bring between one-fourth and one-half inch of additional rainfall. Continue reading
Flash flooding is possible as rain moves through the area today. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the entire listening area from 2 p.m. EDT/1 p.m. CDT through tomorrow morning. Continue reading
Cooling centers are available throughout the area to help residents beat the heat. A heat advisory remains in effect through tomorrow night. The National Weather Service cautions heat index values will top 100 degrees today and hover near that mark tomorrow. Dangerous heat and humidity may continue through Sunday. Drink plenty of water, stay in an air conditioned room, avoid the sun and check on neighbors and relatives. Continue reading
Severe weather is possible across much of Indiana this afternoon and evening. The northern third of the state is at a moderate risk for severe weather, according to the National Weather Service. The main threats are damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain and tornadoes. Continue reading
The National Weather Service has extended the flood warning for the Kankakee River at U.S. 30 until Friday afternoon. Flood stage is 10 feet. As of Sunday afternoon, the river was holding steady at 10.2 feet. Continue reading
The entire listening area is under a wind advisory until 8 p.m. this evening. Continue reading
The calendar says spring, but the forecast says otherwise. Low temperatures over the next week are so are expected to dip into the middle and upper 20s at times, according to the National Weather Service. They advise temperatures could even drop into the low 20s. High temperatures may not get beyond the lower 40s. Continue reading
A potentially life-saving piece of technology will be available for free to some Marshall County residents. Tomorrow morning, the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency will be distributing all-hazard weather radios to those most at risk from the threat of severe weather. These include people who live in mobile homes or homes without a basement, the elderly, and those with special needs. Continue reading
A dense fog advisory is in effect through mid-morning. Visibility will be reduced to a quarter of a mile or less in places. The fog is expected to lift by 9 a.m. Eastern, 8 a.m. Central. Until then, motorists should slow down, use low-beam headlights for visibility and leave plenty of distance between vehicles.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for Marshall County. It’s in effect from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. today. That’s in addition to the winter storm warning that’s in effect through tomorrow morning. Continue reading
Old man winter isn’t done with us yet. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for our area starting tomorrow morning and continuing through Thursday afternoon. Continue reading
Batten down the hatches, we’re in for a blustery day. A wind advisory is in effect until this evening for the entire MAX 98.3 FM listening area. Southwest winds to 30 miles per hour with gusts of between 45 and 50 are expected. Gusts may be higher in some areas. Winds this strong can make driving difficult, especially in high-profile vehicles like vans and box trucks. Scattered tree and power line damage is also possible.