Light snow showers continue to fall across central Indiana. As you head to any viewing parties or downtown for the Colts and Patriots game, take your time. The light snow is starting to accumulate on grassy areas for now. By the time the game wraps up we could have 1″ to 2″ of snow already on the ground. This could make your drive home difficult. We have a winter weather advisory in effect through daybreak Monday.
The light snow showers are starting to give us light accumulation. Although, the roads are still too warm at this point to get accumulation on them. Our temperatures have been above freezing all day, but now will start to fall. Overnight the light snow continues and by daybreak Monday it will move out. We expect 1″ to 3″ of accumulation by 7 am Monday.
Light snow is moving northeast across central Indiana. The accumulation has begun north of Indianapolis. The snow will spread into southern Indiana through this evening. Overnight is really when we receive the most accumulation. Temps are around the freezing mark, so the snow will be wet and heavy.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect for central Indiana from 5pm to 9am Monday. A winter storm warning is in effect for the southeastern Indiana from 9pm to noon Monday.
Our snow potential map is still on track…we expect 1″ to 3″ of snow for Indy. Lesser amounts to the northwest and higher totals to the southeast.
Light snow showers and flurries will move through tonight. Light snow is falling in Bloomington, Lafayette, and Bedford. By daybreak Sunday, we could have a dusting or up to 1 inch of snow accumulation.
Sunday night into Monday morning there is winter weather advisory in effect for southeastern Indiana. We could see 1″ to 3″ of snowfall in Indy, with higher amounts to the southeast.
We will be dealing with light snow Sunday night for the Colts vs. Patriots game. Kickoff time is 8:30pm and the snow will start to slowly accumulate. There is a Winter Weather Advisory during the game, so be careful on the roads!
We have two rounds of snow this weekend. One round is overnight tonight. The second is Sunday night.
Timing: Round one will move in after 11pm tonight and into daybreak Sunday. On Forecast 8 Storm Tracker, the snow is heading our way. There is a lot of dry air at the surface so the snow is evaporating before hitting the ground. It will be tough to get accumulation out of this until late overnight. The second round will start up late Sunday afternoon. By Sunday evening the snow will start to accumulate. Light to moderate snow continues through Monday morning. The rush hour Monday morning will be a tricky one.
Accumulation: Tonight’s light snow may amount to a dusting, up to an inch by Sunday morning. We may get 1″ to 3″ of snowfall by Monday morning from the second round of snow. Expecting lesser amounts to the northwest. Higher totals possible in southeastern Indiana (3″ or 4″). The forecast models are spitting out 2″ to 3″ of snow for Indy, but the precipitation will be around the freezing mark for a while when it starts, so it will be tough to get the higher snow totals. So we are expecting 1″ to 3″ for most.
Advisories: A Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect for the southeastern counties in central Indiana from 7pm Sunday to 9am Monday.
Temperatures: Temps are in the 30s with wind chill temps in the 20s. Tonight’s lows dip into the mid 20s. Sunday’s highs will be slightly warmer and we could see a brief wintry mix before it changes to all snow Sunday evening.
Extended Forecast: Colder air funnels in for Monday through Tuesday. Temps slowly warm through the end of the work week and by the weekend our highs will be in the 40s.
A winter weather advisory will go into effect for Indianapolis and other southern counties from 7pm Sunday to 9am Monday. We expect 1″ to 3″ of snow to fall in that time frame. Stay tuned to WISH-TV for further updates.
Central Indiana will have two rounds of snow. One will be overnight tonight and the other will be Sunday evening through Monday morning. Tonight we may get a dusting of snow. We could see 1″ to 3″ of snow Sunday night with the second round.
Temps are cold in the 30s with wind chills in the 20s. We stay cold tonight with some flurries as lows dip into the mid 20s
Temperatures are staying cold this lunch hour with everyone in the upper 20s and lower 30s. Wind chill temps are in the upper teens and lower 20s. This afternoon we keep partly sunny skies in the forecast with highs around freezing.
You need the heavy winter coat again today with temps in the low to mid 20s. Wind chill temperatures are in the teens. Today’s highs will only be in the lower 30s, with a partly sunny sky.