UNDATED - Northeast Indiana saw its first accumulating snowfall of the season Sunday morning.
Auburn and Kendallville saw some of the areas greatest amount of accumulation, reporting 2 inches respectively.
Hamilton recorded 1.5 inches, while Angola reported just 1 inch.
Monday will remain partly cloudy with highs only reaching the low 40’s. Another round of precipitaition is possible for Tuesday, but will be spotty during the afternoon.
Highs return to the 50’s for Wednesday with widespread rain.
As for Thanksgiving Day, we will see highs near 50 and mostly cloudy skies.
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