Overnight Freeze Warning Issues for Parts of Northwest Indiana – NBC Chicago

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The National Weather Service issued a Frost Warning for parts of northwest Indiana Tuesday night as temperatures continue to drop in the Chicago area.

The alert was issued until 9 a.m. Wednesday for the following Indiana counties: Lake, Newton, Benton, Jasper, Porter.

According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are expected to drop into the mid-30s, leading to frost formation.

Officials warned that frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left exposed.

The Chicago area tended to see below-average temperatures in late October after recording unusually warm temperatures for the first few weeks of the month.

Most of the area will be partly cloudy on Wednesday, but more cloud coverage is expected by Thursday.

The next chance for downpours and storms comes Thursday morning, with precipitation expected in the afternoon and evening.

Rain is expected to continue throughout the day on Friday, but is leaving the area for the weekend’s Halloween celebrations.

Trick or treat may be cold, but the area should stay dry all day Sunday, according to recent weather patterns.


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