It’s that time of year again. The time when pleasant temperatures and sunny skies yield to the realities of autumn.
And just to make sure local residents understand the change, the National Weather Service office in northern Indiana has uttered that nasty four-letter word for the first time of the approaching winter season.
Yes, snow is in the forecast for Decatur and Adams County this week.
A cold front has moved into the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes, bringing with it a shot of colder air that to drop temperatures 10 to 20 degrees below normal early this week across most of the Midwest. This blast of cold air will also surge into the southern and eastern states by Wednesday. By late week, another reinforcing shot of cold air will take over the central and eastern states, the NWS reported.