Archive for January, 2011
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. 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 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. 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.
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.
A crazy start to our morning rush hour with widespread light to moderate snow. This snow will be steady during the day and by the time you come home from work, don’t be surprised to see 3 to 5 inches of snow on the ground. Be careful on the roads, we will see numerous slick spots and at times, heavier bursts of snow. The snow tapers off tonight, but look for the possibility of a couple of lake effect snow showers tomorrow.
Many areas in central parts of the state end up with 2-5 inches of snow. A few wrap around flurries and snow showers tonight and early Wednesday could play add on meaning a few isolated higher amounts. Winds pick up early Wednesday blowing the fluffy snow around.