Snow chances overnight, light accumulation possibleApril 14th, 2014 at 6:32 pm by Robb Ellis under Weather
With cold air moving in from the west, and additional moisture moving in from the southwest, all signs point to a transition to snow overnight. However, warm recent temperatures will limit overall accumulations.
Heavy rain may transition to snow by midnight. Areas of southern Indiana can expect the heaviest rain. Eastern Indiana will see the heaviest snow rate, but melting may keep snow from accumulating significantly. Even if accumulations reach great than 1″, eventually melting will win out on the ground. Road surfaces may briefly become snow covered, but will likely melt quickly. Lows near 28.
Lunar Eclipse (Blood Moon) forecast:
Clouds and snow showers are likely to be in place for most of central Indiana, but a few breaks in the clouds could be possible north and west of Indianapolis.
Some snow showers may linger into the early morning, but accumulation is not expected. Gradual clearing is expected through the day, but clouds will still be possible through midday. Highs in the low 40s. Lows in the upper 20s.
Warming up with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low to mid 50s. Lows in the 38.
Thursday through the weekend:
Highs temperatures will return to the 60s for high temperatures and lows will be seasonable into the low to mid 40s. A chance for showers returns Friday.