We’ll have increasing clouds overnight with lows in the lower 30s. Sunday will start mild and wet for most as a storm system moves in. Rain early in the day will change over to snow by late evening in Indy. This storm will bring rain, snow and sleet to central Indiana. Most of the snow will fall across our northern counties where there’s a Winter Weather Advisory in place. Kokomo, Muncie and Lafayette could see 2-4 inches by Monday morning. Around the metro we are expecting 1-2 inches. Once the storm moves out we will turn very cold to start the new work week.
It’s been a nice start to the weekend. Milder high temps in the upper 30s and low 40s. Plenty of sunshine to enjoy the day getting out and about. Changes on the way for Sunday as a clipper slides in. We’ll see cloudy skies with rain developing in Indy, then mixing with and changing over to snow. Temps will start in the 30s but much colder air will filter in late in the day. Lows at night will dip into the single digits and teens.
Tonight: Clouds on the increase. Low 32
Sunday: Cloudy with rain/snow. High 37
Monday: Cold and mostly cloudy with light snow. High 28
TODAY: Today will be nice with a mix of sun and clouds with mild temperatures to go along with it. High temperatures will reach the low to mid 40s depending on location.
THIS EVENING: Temps will stay in the mid to lower 30s for the evening with some clouds moving in, but it should be dry.
OVERNIGHT: The next storm system will swing in overnight. By morning, northern Indiana could see a wintry mix and we could see scattered rain showers.
SUNDAY: Rain will mix with and gradually change to light snow from north to south. By late afternoon the snow change should reach the metro area. Initially, some of the snow will melt on pavement due to milder temps, but eventually, it will accumulate, mainly from Indy and areas to the north. This still does not look like a major winter storm, with many areas south seeing little or no accumulation. Maybe 1″ or 2″ in Indy metro, then 2″-4″ for far northern and NE parts of our area.
8-DAY FORECAST: Some pockets of flurries and some snow showers will pop-up from time to time Monday, and we could see flurries Tuesday. Thursday looks like the next chance of a wintry mix. Colder air returns next weekend.
Cold temperatures in the the 20s will start the day Saturday. We’ll have mostly cloudy skies with highs turning a bit milder near 40 degrees. Storm system drops into central Indiana early Sunday. Rain and snow will become more widespread across the area during the afternoon. Accumulations of 2-4 inches is possible from Indy northward. South of Indy many areas will only receive around an inch or less. System departs on Monday but we will still see flurries with colder high temperatures near 30.
Saturday will be the best day of the weekend. Dry weather continues with slightly warmer temperatures near 40 degrees. We’ll see mostly cloudy skies. Sunday a clipper slides in. It will bring rain and snow to central Indiana during the day. Temperatures will top out in the upper 30s.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cold. Lows in the mid to upper 20s
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High 40
Sunday: Cloudy with rain/snow mix. High 37
Low pressure to our south may graze extreme southern Indiana with some light snow this afternoon and evening. No accumulation is expected unless you are traveling into Kentucky. Highs will be in the 30s.
It will be another cloudy and chilly day across Indiana with in the upper 30s this afternoon. We are watching two different storms. The first one may clip the extreme southern portion of the state with some light rain and snow this evening.
The weekend will find the second storm arriving on Sunday. This will bring a wintry mix to central Indiana changing to all light snow by evening. Right now it appears the heaviest snow band will fall over the northern portion of the state where several inches may accumulate by Monday morning.
Colder air will move in for the start of next week. Flurries are in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures will warm slightly above average Friday through Sunday. Highs will climb in the lower to mid 40s. Dry weather will persist through Saturday. A clipper will bring a chance of rain and snow Sunday. This system will depart late Sunday and it’ll be a quiet but much colder start to next week with highs only in the lower 30s.
It’ll be a chilly night with lows in the 20s. Clouds will linger but break for some sunshine Friday. Temperatures will warm nicely during the day into the lower 40s. The mild air lasts through the weekend. However, a clipper system will arrive Sunday. It’ll bring rain into central Indiana. Rain will begin mixing with snow by late Sunday evening. For now, a quiet stretch of weather will last through Saturday.