Temps are in the upper teens and lower 20s as we inch closer to daybreak. A light breeze keeps our wind chill temps in the single digits. Some flurries are northeast of central Indiana. We stay dry today with a few clouds and slightly warmer temps. Tune in to Daybreak on WISH-TV for the today’s forecast now through 7am, then on MyINDY-TV from 7am to 8am.
Light snow showers are still lingering in the northern half of the state. The snow showers should taper off later this evening. We do keep a chance for flurries in overnight though.
Temperatures are in the upper 20s and 30s with a thin veil of clouds in most places. Tonight’s lows dip back into the upper teens and lower 20s.
Thursday’s temps will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s with mostly sunny skies.
Friday is looking fantastic with highs around 50 degrees and more sunshine. Temps return to below normal for the weekend-lower 40s Saturday and the upper 30s Sunday. On Saturday there is a chance for a wintry mix. Sunday begins a 3 day dry spell. Temps return to the 50s for the start to the next work week.
We have some light snow passing through the northern third of Indiana. The system is moving east, southeast, but as it dives slightly south it’s running into drier air. The northern half of the state will continue to see flurries to light snow this afternoon through tonight. We will receive a dusting up to half an inch of accumulation at best. Temperatures are in the upper teens and lower 20s under a mostly sunny sky for the southern half of Indiana. Highs today reach the upper 20s and lower 30s.
The very northern edge of the winter system is sitting across southern Indiana. Some locations may get an additional 1″ to 2″ of accumulation over the next couple of hours. Overnight the snow gradually moves out and colder temps take over. A winter storm warning continues in southern Indiana until 7am Monday.
Lows reach the single-digits with wind chill values below zero. Monday, partly cloudy with highs in the upper teens and lower 20s.
Southern Indiana continues to get the snow showers. Indianapolis is pretty much done with the accumulation with 2.4″ of snow. This set a record for daily maximum snowfall…the previous record was 2.0″ of snow set in 1943. Southern Indiana could pick up another inch of snow before this system moves out late tonight.
Right now: Forecast 8 VIPIR shows snow showers for some of central Indiana. Southern parts of the state will start to see a transition from sleet and freezing rain to snow. By midnight, Forecast 8 Futurecast has the snow out of Indianapolis and only in the southeastern counties. Indianapolis has accumulated 2.4″ of snow at this point.
Timing: The snow showers slowly end from north to south this evening. A few lingering snow showers may stick around the southern part so the state at midnight. All snow is long gone by daybreak Monday. However, the roads will still be slick and icy for the Monday morning commute. A winter storm warning continues until 7am Monday for the counties that will get additional snowfall this evening.
Temperatures: Temps are in the teens and lower 20s. Tonight’s lows dip into the single-digits for most with wind chill values below zero. Highs for Monday reach the upper teens and lower 20s under a partly cloudy sky.
Extended Outlook: Our temperatures slowly warm day by day this week until we hit the 40s on Friday. Our only chances for snow will be some flurries for Wednesday, and a light wintry mix for next weekend.
Snow showers are moving east across the state. Steady snow will continue to pile up on the roads and create slick conditions. A wintry mix is still falling in Bloomington, Columbus and Seymour. Snow totals (from this morning through this evening) will be 3″ to 5″ for Indy and south. More ice is mixing in in Bloomington, Columbus and places to the south. Northern Indiana has already accumulated their 2″ to 4″ of snow, so other than a few flurries, they are done with snow.
Stay tuned to WISH-TV. We have team coverage on the winter storm following the IU game.
Northern Indiana has snow showers…the snowflakes are falling in Lafayette, Elwood, Kokomo, and Muncie. Sleet is reported near Terre Haute. A wintry mix is falling in Vincennes and Bedford. Bloomington and Columbus have freezing rain. Watch out for slick spots overnight. The mix transitions to snow as the night continues.
Light freezing rain has developed in southwestern Indiana around Bloomington, Sullivan and Seymour. Roads will get slick with light icing. Light snow is falling in northern Indiana. The mix will transition to all snow in the next several hours. There is a lot of dry air right now, so not everyone is getting the precipitation. The air should moisten up enough to support light snow for everyone overnight.
Freezing rain, freezing drizzle and now sleet are all reported in northern Indiana. The minor ice accumulation is creating slick road conditions. There are multiple slide-offs reported, especially along I-69 near Huntington.
This will change over to snow overnight, but it will take a while. Snow showers remain in the forecast through Sunday afternoon. By daybreak Monday we’re looking at 4″ to 8″ of snow for Indy. A winter weather advisory continues through 7am Monday.