A winter storm watch remains in effect beginning tonight through Monday morning. Snow will move across the northern half of the state tonight continuing through tomorrow evening. Clouds will increase this afternoon with highs in the upper 30s.
A winter storm watch remains in effect for much of central Indiana beginning tonight with a winter storm warning across northern Indiana. Clouds will be on the increase today along with milder temperatures. Highs today will be in the upper 30s this afternoon.
Rain and snow should move into central Indiana later this evening with all snow to the north. Temperatures will be critical with lows near freezing tonight. The heaviest snow band should stay just north of Indy. Where it does stay all snow, 6″-10″ of heavy, wet snow will be likely by Sunday night. Just south of this band, including Marion county, 3″-6″ will be possible with rain mixing in at times. South of Indy snow amounts will on be a couple of inches or less.
The 8 day forecast shows colder air moving in for the start of next week. Another cold front will bring the chance of snow showers on Wednesday.
LATEST COMPUTER MODELS ARE SHIFTING THE STORM A BIT FARTHER NORTH. THESE SNOW TOTALS MAY NEED TO BE ADJUSTED LATER TODAY. STAY TUNED!
Flurries and snow showers are flying this morning across much of central Indiana. Watch out for slick spots on the roads. The flurries should end before noon with skies becoming partly sunny. It will be cold with highs near 30 degrees.
The weekend storm is still on track to arrive Saturday night into Sunday. Accumulating snow is likely over much of the region. We could see up to 2″ by 7am Sunday with snow continuing during the day. Snowfall totals will be in the 4″-8″ range by Sunday night.
February will get off to a snowy and cold start. Temperatures next week may dip down into the single digits at times.
It will be a windy afternoon with a cold front moving through the region. Temperatures should begin to fall into the 30s. We could see a few flurries by late afternoon.
A clipper moving through the Ohio Valley today will produce windy conditions along with temperatures near 40 degrees. Winds may gust higher than 30mph. There will be a few sprinkles changing to flurries this afternoon.
High pressure will usher in some sunshine but colder weather for Friday and Saturday. Highs will be in the 30s. Our next storm will arrive Saturday night bringing a good chance for snow. Some accumulation is likely Sunday as there is the potential for several inches of snow by Sunday evening.
The 8 day forecast has very cold air arriving for the start of February. Snow chances return for Tuesday and Wednesday.
We are getting off to a cold and frosty start this morning with readings in the teens. It will be a pretty day with lots of sunshine and highs in the 30s this afternoon. Winds will be on the light side.
A weak clipper will move through the region on Thursday. It will be windy and milder with a few light showers ending as flurries. Highs tomorrow will be near 40 degrees.
A new storm should arrive for the latter half of the weekend. Snow will develop Sunday morning and continue into Monday morning. Right now several inches of snow will be possible. This is still several days away and of course the track could change. Stay tuned!
It will be a cold afternoon across Indiana with highs near 30 degrees. Hopefully we will see some sunshine developing.
Flurries continue to fall this morning over the eastern half of the state. A dusting of snow is producing some slick spots on area roads. Flurries will end this morning with some afternoon sunshine developing. It will be cold with highs near 30 degrees.
High pressure will provide for a nice day on Wednesday. Look for some sunshine tomorrow and it will be a bit warmer with highs in the middle 30s.
The 8 day forecast shows another storm moving in on Sunday. This has the potential to produce accumulating snow.
Partly sunny skies will continue into this afternoon. It will be cold with highs in the upper 20s. Snow showers in Illinois will arrive late today and tonight with any accumulation less than 1″.
It is a very cold morning across Indiana this morning with temperatures in the teens and 20s and wind chills down into the single digits in some places. Highs today will be in the upper 20s with mostly cloudy skies. Another disturbance will bring some flurries and snow showers tonight. Any accumulation will be less than 1″.
Flurries should end Tuesday morning with skies becoming partly sunny. Highs tomorrow will be near 30 degrees.
The 8 day forecast has another clipper arriving on Thursday with a light mix. Much colder air may return by the beginning of February.