FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) - As we move through the afternoon, the snow will come to an end, but blowing snow will still be a big problem - even with this wet, heavy snow. Wind speeds will stay in the range of 10 to 20 miles per hour through tonight, and as lows drop to near zero, wind chills will be in the range of -10 to -15. Thursday will bring the return of sunshine, but temperatures will stay in the mid 20s, so we won't see much melting snow. Both Friday and Saturday should reach the 40s, so we will lose most of the new snow we picked up today. After that, temperatures will continue to see-saw through the next week or so. Sunday and Monday will have highs in the 30s and Tuesday and Wednesday should return to the 40s. There is no sign of anymore snow for awhile.
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