The City of St. Joseph is the big winner in the region for weekend snowfall — reporting 26 inches of the white stuff received during the holiday weekend storm. But, it's not over yet for adjacent areas. The National Weather Service issued a Lake-Effect Snow Warning until 4 p.m. Tuesdayfor St. Joseph County in Indiana, and Berrien and Cass counties in Michigan. Three to five inches of additional snow was expected in that area overnight, and up to 3 to 5 additional inches are possible Tuesday, said Ken Ludington, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in North Webster. “We could get another six to 10 inches in extremely localized areas,” he said. Tuesday's high will be about 23 degrees, with lows at night around 15 degrees, according to WSBT meteorologist Rick Mecklenburg. The lake-effect snow kept falling steadily Monday in southwestern Michigan, and much of the day in the South Bend area. It made for slick roadways. The snow should come to a brief end by Wednesday, just before a clipper system arrives Thursday and brings an additional 1 to 3 inches, Ludington said. That will be followed by much colder temperatures and more lake-effect snow on Friday and Saturday, he said. Lows Friday night will be about 12 degrees, and the high on Saturday might only reach 16 degrees. Get the full forecast and check StormTracker radar Tell us how much snow has fallen where you live! Submit your photos and videos to YouNews, and they could be shown on TV! Check all the area watches and warnings For storm updates, check back on this Web site later, see Tuesday's South Bend Tribune and check wsbt.com.
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