Today we are tracking two different weather systems, today we’re talking rain… Thursday… accumulating snow.
Rain in January? That’s what to expect today as highs remain pretty steady in the upper 30s for most of the day. Towards the afternoon temps will start to fall and rain showers will turn to snow with little to no accumulation.
Overnight, light snow is possible with temps in the low 20s.
Wednesday, we’re dry and cold, only “warming” into the upper 20s.
Wednesday night into Thursday we are watching another snow maker that could cause problems around the area. EARLY snow total estimations for Thursday are 3-5″… that could change, so please stay posted to the blog, and WTHR for the latest as we continue to track it.
A bitter arctic blast settles in for the end of the week.
We start the day dry… with a wintry mix moving in for the evening commute.
Highs today will reach the mid 30s with increasing clouds, and a wintry mix developing for the afternoon. A total mixed bag of precip is possible including snow, rain, and freezing rain. This should hit around the drive home, and some spots could be icy, so be prepared for changing conditions.
Overnight, temps will warm up, and any wintry mix in the area will turn to all rain. Yep, rain! Overnight, temps stay nearly steady in the mid 30s.
Tuesday, we start the day off with rain, and as colder air works it’s way into the state by the evening that rain looks to turn to light snow.
Wednesday is dry… with another snow maker arriving Thursday. It’s going to be an active weather week! We’ll keep you posted on the blog!
Sun and clouds are expected today, but with a wintry mix developing Monday afternoon, the evening commute could be tricky.
Highs today will hit the mid 20s with a mix of sun and clouds. Patchy fog will lift by mid-morning. A few icy spots will be possible where dense fog settles in.
Overnight, mostly cloudy skies and dry conditions stick with us. Your morning commute will be dry with temps in the mid teens.
Monday, the forecast changes. A wintry mix is likely during the afternoon, so some icy spots may be possible. Overnight, the wintry mix turns to all rain as temps warm into the mid to upper 30s.
Tuesday, we start the day with rain, and that will eventually transition to light snow as a colder air moves into Central Indiana for the afternoon.
It’s a forecast of ups and downs, especially towards the end of the week when we get bone-chilling cold!
There’s a slight chance for snow today… other than that… a cold weekend is ahead for Central Indiana.
Light snow showers will be possible today with accumulations amounting to a dusting, if that. Highs will start in the low 30s, and drop to the mid to upper 20s by the afternoon.
Overnight, flurries are possible as lows drop into the teens.
Sunday, expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 20s.
Monday, a wintry mix of rain/snow is expected to develop, overnight, that mix is likely to turn to snow and stay that way for Tuesday. We’ll watch this system closely, because snow totals will depend on just how long the rain/snow mix stays around. We’ll keep you posted on the blog!
Have a great weekend!
We’ll have snow this weekend, but it won’t be enough to keep us trapped inside.
We’ll have snow this weekend, but it won’t be enough to keep us trapped inside. Less than an inch of snow is likely Saturday before it tapers to flurries. A stronger storm system will bring more snow Monday night and Tuesday and a few inches will accumulate by Tuesday evening.
We’ll have a dry Friday and I’ve got more good news if you’ve had enough snow. Light snow is likely Saturday morning and up to an inch of snow is likely during the day. Snow showers are likely Sunday and Monday before the heavier moisture brings accumulating snow on Tuesday.
We’ve had 23.5 inches of snow since December 1st and we have more on the way, but not until the weekend.
We’ve had 23.5 inches of snow since December 1st and we have more on the way, but not until the weekend. In the meantime, please be careful on the roads. We had a horrible truck accident on I-65 near 865 on the northwest side of Indianapolis earlier today and we have a lot of slick county roads in Indiana. Still, we will take this over yesterday’s mess. Look for a mixture of sun and clouds today with a chilly high of 24 degrees.
We’ve had 23.5 inches of snow since December 1st and we have more on the way.
We got off to a fast start on our snow season in December and it has continued through January. We’ve had 23.5 inches of snow since December 1st and we have more on the way. A developing storm system will bring move in Friday night and accumulating snow is likely through the weekend.
This morning we have areas of light snow, but the real issue is blowing snow.
This morning we have areas of light snow, but the real issue is blowing snow. Our wind gusts have reached nearly 30 mph and there are many slick spots in the area. Hang on to the steering wheel and take your time today. Our high will top out at 25. In the meantime, there have been a lot of flight delays from Indianapolis to the east coast, where blizzard conditions are taking place from Boston to New England.
On Wednesday, we’ll start our morning with temperatures in the teens so the roads will be an icy mess.
2-4 inches of fresh snow blanketed Central Indiana today. On Wednesday, we’ll start our morning with temperatures in the teens so the roads will be an icy mess. Flurries are likely Wednesday and another accumulating snowstorm will approach our area late Friday and give us more snow this weekend.
See more totals here.