Highs today will reach the mid 3os across Central Indiana with cloudy skies. Snow showers are expected to exit out of our Eastern counties by noon.
Tonight, cloudy skies stick around, and we’ll see temps remain relatively steady in the low 30s.
Wednesday is where the change happens, and if you’re traveling paying attention to the forecast will be key. Highs tomorrow will reach around 40 degrees with a chance of light snow/ light freezing rain / or rain. Why don’t we know for sure what type of precipitation? The area of low pressure moving our direction causing these changes could change paths!
Wednesday night light freezing rain/rain is possible.
Thursday we’re expecting everything to turn to rain. At times downpours will be heavy. Probably not the Christmas Eve forecast you were looking for.
For Christmas Day, rain is likely at this point, possibly changing over to snow for the afternoon.
Colder air works back in to Central Indiana for the weekend, and light snow showers are possible Saturday and Sunday.
As I’ve said in previous blog posts, we’ll continue to monitor any changes and keep you up to date. Travel safely, and Merry Christmas!