We’ve been talking about it all week, and now here it is… the first big accumulating snow of the season!
Highs today will stay pretty close to the 30 degree mark with scattered snow showers. At times, the snow will become heavy. We’re expecting most spots to pick up 2-4″ of snow, with isolated areas possibly picking up 5 or 6″ of snow. Use extra care as you’re out and about today. Road conditions could change quickly with heavy snow bands moving in and out.
Tonight, the snow comes to an end with temps dropping to the low 20s.
Sunday, light snow showers are possible north of I-70. Other than that, expect flurries with highs only in the upper 20s. If you’re tailgating… don’t say I didn’t warn you! It’s going to be cold and windy… so start planning your ways to stay warm right now!
This week we stay with below average temps, and a chance of flurries each and everyday through Wednesday. Check out those cold overnight lows, close to the single digits!
We’re watching for a developing system that could bring us snow on Thursday and Friday. It’s too early to determine if this system will bring accumulating snow.
We’re tracking a weekend weather maker that could make things slick across Central Indiana.
Enjoy today, because things change just in time for the weekend.
Highs today will reach the mid 3os with a mix of sun and clouds.
Overnight, clouds will be on the increase with temps in the mid 20s. Early Saturday morning snowfall should start across Central Indiana.
Saturday, temps look to stay right at or below the freezing mark, making snow likely for the entire day. We are expecting a steady snowfall through the evening. Two to four inches of snow looks like the amount we’ll get right now. South of I-70 near Bedford and Bloomington, it looks like less snow will fall. The track of this is extremely important, so we could see expected snowfall totals change by Saturday morning.
I’ll be with you on Sunrise beginning at 6am Saturday morning tracking the snow and any changes. I will be updating the blog throughout the day as well as my Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Sunday, cool temps hang around along with a chance for flurries. Tailgaters… bundle up!
The cold sticks, and we’re watching for a chance of accumulating snow for the weekend!
Highs today will only reach the mid 3os with mostly cloudy skies. Flurries are possible, but we’re not expecting snow accumulation today.
Overnight, the clouds break, and temps drop to the low 20s.
Friday, we’ll see a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs in the mid 30s.
Late Friday night into Saturday we’ll be watching for accumulating snow. As of right now, the snow looks to fall throughout the day on Saturday and by the evening 2-4″ of snow is possible. This could change before the system gets here… so stay tuned to the forecast and the weather blog for the latest info.
Sunday looks dry with cool temps and dry conditions sticking around for next week.