The clouds have broken up enough that central Indiana is getting some sunshine. Mostly cloudy skies will remain this evening. Temperatures are in the lower 30s and will fall into the upper 20s this evening. A few flurries still linger in eastern Indiana too. Those flurries end tonight.
Forecast 8 Vipir still has snow moving south through western Indiana. Little to no accumulation is expected as these light snow showers move through tonight. Temps are in the upper 20s and lower 30s at this hour. Overnight lows reach the lower 20s. Sunday, partial clouds and still cold with highs in the mid 30s.
Forecast 8 Vipir shows more light snow and some flurries moving through western Indiana. The snow is moving to the south. Little to no accumulation expected. The flurries remain in our forecast overnight. Eventually some clearing moves in on Sunday with a little sunshine.
Temps are still in the upper 20s and lower 30s. This evening temps remain fairly steady in the upper 20s. Tonight’s lows fall into the low to mid 20s. Sunday’s highs won’t be much warmer…staying in the lower 30s.
Our average high temp for Indianapolis is 46º. We won’t be near the average high until late next week.
Snow chances move back into Indiana late Monday afternoon into Tuesday. Monday night more of a rain and snow mix is possible in Indianapolis and points south. Tuesday morning and afternoon it changes to all snow. Heavy snow is likely especially in northern Indiana. The forecast models are all disagreeing on the exact track and the exact snow totals. Right now central Indiana could see a few inches of snow, with several inches in northern Indiana. Stay tuned to Forecast 8 for further updates-this forecast will change!
Flurries and light snow showers remain in parts of western and southern Indiana. Everything on Forecast 8 Vipir is moving to the south. Little to no accumulation expected this evening as the snow flakes continue to fall.
Temps have only reached the lower 30s and upper 20s this afternoon. Our average high temp is 46º-we are way colder! The clouds hang around for the rest of the day and so do some flurries.
Flurries continue to linger in central Indiana. By Saturday afternoon the flurries should be out of here and some of the clouds move out of northern Indiana. Sunday is when the sunshine reappears.
Temperatures are holding in the lower 30s at this hour due to the cloud cover. Colder air is expected to move in overnight so lows will reach the lower 20s. Both Saturday and Sunday our highs only reach the lower 30s.
Flurries are still falling across central Indiana. A snow shower is possible in southern Indiana tonight. Flurries will linger for the rest of us tonight into early Saturday morning. High pressure eventually moves into the Hoosier state Saturday afternoon and will remain in place Sunday into Monday.
Temps have been stuck in the low to mid 30s all day long. This evening will be chilly again with overnight lows reaching the lower 20s.
Saturday will be a cold day again with highs reaching the lower 30s. Sunday’s highs only in the mid 30s. The average high temp should be 45º for this time of the year.
Temps remain below average until the end of next week. A snow system moves into the Ohio Valley on Tuesday. This could bring at least a few inches to central Indiana, but stay tuned because this system is still developing and could change track.
The first day of meteorological spring is feeling like the middle of winter. Cloudy skies and flurries are found across central Indiana. Average temps should be in the mid 40s…temps have only reached the mid 30s. This evening the flurries linger and temps will be chilly.
A few flurries are falling around central Indiana. Light snow showers are staying west and south of Indiana now-and they will stay west and south of us overnight. A stray snow shower is possible through daybreak. Also, some slick spots may develop due to the cold temps tonight and the evening flurries.
Temps are still around the freezing mark-with lows falling into the mid 20s. Friday, mostly cloudy, flurries and highs in the mid 30s.
Forecast 8 Vipir is showing a few flurries and some sprinkles in central Indiana. A stray snow shower is possible with a quick dusting of accumulation tonight. Flurries will stick around in our forecast tonight and tomorrow. The clouds hang around through Friday too.
Temperatures are above freezing at this time. As temps fall below freezing, the wintry mix turns to all flurries this evening. Overnight lows reach the mid 20s.
High temps on Friday will again stay below the 45º average for this time of the year. Saturday and Sunday our highs only reach the lower 30s. Mostly cloudy for Saturday and a little more sunshine for Sunday. Temps remain below average until the end of next week. Our weather pattern stays generally calm next week…except for Tuesday. A system may bring some decent snow accumulation to central Indiana. The forecast models are not in agreement on this system yet. Stay tuned to Forecast 8 for further updates on that potential snow maker.
The first day for meteorological spring is Friday, March 1st! The first official day of spring (vernal equinox) is March 20th.