Milder air moving into the region will change freezing rain to rain this afternoon. Highs will climb to near 40 degrees. A winter storm watch remains in effect for southern Indiana tomorrow afternoon and night where heavy snow will be likely.
Light freezing rain and drizzle continues to fall over much of central Indiana this morning. Watch out for slick spots on area roads. Temperatures should warm above freezing before noon changing the freezing rain to all rain. Highs will be in the lower 40s.
A winter storm watch is in effect for southern Indiana beginning at midnight tonight running through 7am Thursday. Snow will quickly develop and spread north by Wednesday afternoon. The question is how far north will the snow shield spread tomorrow. It will be a lot colder with highs in the 20s.
Quiet weather should move in for Thursday into the weekend.
Sunshine will continue as we head into this afternoon. It will be cold with highs near 30 degrees. Freezing rain and sleet should arrive towards daybreak on Tuesday.
Today will be the quiet before our next storm arrives late tonight and Tuesday, Skies will be partly sunny with highs this afternoon near 30 degrees.
Freezing rain and sleet will move in after midnight and continue into Tuesday morning. Ice accumulation could be up to .10″. Milder air will change precipitation to all rain by noon tomorrow. Ice accumulation could be up to .10″. It will be warmer too with highs in the lower 40s.
Another wave will bring a good chance for snow over the southern half of the state on Wednesday. Drier air would move in for Thursday and Friday.
Sunshine will continue as we head into this afternoon. It will be very cold with highs in the upper teens. The record low maximum is 17.
We are getting off to a very cold start this morning. A wind chill advisory is in effect for some counties until 11am. Skies will be partly sunny with highs this afternoon in the upper teens.
Low pressure will move into the Ohio Valley late Saturday night into Sunday. Right now it appears snow will develop after midnight Saturday and change to rain over southern Indiana. From I-70 north precipitation should remain all snow where several inches of wet snow will be possible.
Another storm will move in on Tuesday. This will bring in warmer temperatures along with the potential for heavy rain which could produce minor flooding next week.
It is going to be another cold day across Indiana with highs only near 20 degrees. Flurries and snow showers will be likely. Any accumulation should be an inch or less. Watch out for some slick roads this morning.
Friday will be a nice day with some sunshine and highs in the teens. Lows in the morning will dip below zero. The weekend will find a new storm moving in on Sunday. This will bring a wintry mix of rain and snow. It appears the precipitation could remain all snow from Indy north. Some accumulation will be possible by Sunday night.
It is going to be a busy pattern as another storm will move into the region on Tuesday. This should be mainly a rain maker for Indiana as temperatures warm into the 40s.
Even though it is a cold morning across Indiana this morning, temperatures are running about a5 to 20 degrees warmer compared to yesterday morning at this time. Highs today will climb into the middle 20s this afternoon. Some clouds will roll in later today.
A weak disturbance will produce snow showers late tonight and Thursday. We could see up to an inch of snow by tomorrow evening. Highs on Thursday will be in the upper teens.
Another weekend storm will arrive on Sunday. A wintry mix will be likely. Precipitation could be in the form of mainly snow from Indy north where some accumulation will be possible.
Indy dropped down to a low 0f -6 to break a 115 year old record. Check out some other lows especially over the southern half of the state. Columbus had a remarkable low of -18. A gusty southwest wind will allow highs to climb into the middle 20s.
We are getting off to a record cold start this morning with a temperature of -5. This broke the old record of -2 set back in 1900. Clouds will be on the increase during the day. A cold front will bring the chance for a few flurries overnight.
Wednesday should be a quiet day with some sunshine and highs in the 20s. Another disturbance will bring snow showers on Thursday. We could see up to an inch of snow by Thursday evening.
A new storm will move in for the latter portion of the weekend. A wintry mix will be likely on Sunday into Monday morning.