The SkyTrak 13 Weather Team is tracking a fast moving arctic front. This will move our way overnight. Right now we are forecasting a quick coating of snow just before sunrise. With temperatures in the teens, this little amount of snow will stick and some slick roads are possible for the Friday morning drive.
Lake effect snow squalls develop Friday afternoon and will last through Saturday morning. Higher snow totals are expected where these squalls develop. Right now the best chance to have a 1-3 inch snowfall Friday into early Saturday is northeast of Indianapolis.
Arctic air will be the big story on Saturday. We are forecasting lows in the single digits and highs only in the middle teens.
There is another round of snow on the way for Sunday into Monday. We are still analyzing this still developing storm system. As we get new data, we will be fine tuning where the snow will fall and when. Check back for updates timing and totals.
It is cold and getting colder. With clearing skies, temperatures will fall into the single digits. Wind chills will be 0 to -10. There is some sunshine in the forecast for Thursday, with highs in the 20s.
Our next round of snow arrives Friday morning. We are forecasting a quick accumulation. It won’t be a lot of snow, but a couple of inches will be possible and the timing will be tough. Snow arrives for the Friday morning drive to work and school.
The main area of light snow moves out by late afternoon Friday. As winds increase and colder air pushes south, lake effect snow bands will be possible north from about Indianapolis north Friday night through early Saturday. Lake effect snow will be an issue for northern Indiana on Saturday. This blast of arctic air arriving to start the weekend will mean lows in the single digits and highs only in the teens on Saturday. There is another chance for snow later Sunday into Monday. Stay tuned for updates on timing and totals.
Scattered snow showers will continue overnight and through early afternoon Wednesday. Any additional snow that falls overnight will amount to less than an inch, but it will be enough for slick roads through the morning drive.
Temperatures will be in the range of 10-15 degrees. With winds WNW 20mph, wind chills will fall to 0 to -10. Take precautions from the cold. Highs on Wednesday will only be in the teens.
The snow will end late Wednesday and skies will clear. This will lead to single digits low temperatures by early Thursday morning. There is some sun in the Thursday forecast, but snow chances return on Friday. A fast moving weather system will bring the chance for a quick accumulating snow on Friday. There is another chance for snow late Sunday into Monday. It is an active, winter weather pattern.
The snow bands have diminished, but temperatures are falling. This was the radar at 7:30pm.
Temperatures have fallen into the teens and wind chills in the single digits.
The snow from earlier today and the snow that continues to fall will cause some slick roads tonight. Wind chills will go subzero overnight, as lows drop to near 10 degrees by early Wednesday. Slick roads will be possible through the Wednesday morning drive.
The SkyTrak13 Weather Team continues to track bursts of steady snow. This is how the radar looked at 4pm. The areas of darker blue indicate the heavier snow bands. It is cold enough for this to stick and cause some slick roads during the Tuesday afternoon and evening drive.
Arctic air arrives tonight, with low temperatures near 10 degrees. A west wind 10-20mph will bring wind chills into range of 0 to -10. Take precautions from the cold. Snow showers will last into the middle of Wednesday and highs will only be in the upper teens.
Looking ahead, we are tracking more snow chances for Friday and again Sunday night into Monday. Stay tuned for updates.
It will be a dry and cold Friday night, with lows in the 20s. Morning clouds will give way to some sun on Saturday afternoon and highs in the range of 45 to 50 degrees.
We are tracking some big weather pattern changes for the end of the weekend and early next week. We will be near 50 degrees on Sunday, with arctic air and snow arriving as the weekend ends.
Clouds will start to increase on Sunday and there is a chance for rain later in the day Sunday and Sunday night. As colder air arrives, this will quickly change to snow on Monday. Snow chances are in the forecast for Monday through Wednesday. There will be a couple of chances for accumulating snow. As we get the latest information, we will keep you updated on the timing and how much snow will fall in your neighborhood.
Our recent up and down temperature trend will continue over the next 7 days. Today was a down day, with some snow showers that caused slick roads Thursday morning. Skies are starting to clear, but there is another wave of clouds and snow showers in Iowa now. We will watch that closely this evening.
We do expect clearing skies and cold conditions overnight, with lows in the 20s. Highs on Friday, with some sun will reach 40 to 45 degrees.
The temperature upswing will last through the weekend, with highs in the upper 40s on Saturday and near 50 on Sunday. A huge temperature drop arrives as the weekend ends. We are tracking arctic air and snow chances for Monday through Wednesday next week. There will a couple of waves of snow and we are expecting accumulating snow. Stay tuned for updates on timing and totals.
Rain will end around 2am for most of central Indiana. Temperatures will fall into the 40s by sunrise Wednesday, after a record high of 61 degrees on Tuesday.
Wednesday will start with some sun, but end with falling temperatures and rain/snow showers.
Thursday will be chilly, with highs in the 30s. Temperatures rebound into the 40s for Friday and Saturday. We near 50 degrees on Sunday. A round of much colder arrives next week, as highs drop back into the 20s. There will be a few snow chances too.
Heavy rain is falling from near Indianapolis south and east. Right now that is the biggest weather threat. There are a few lightning strikes showing up and we are still watching that line in eastern Illinois. The rain and storms are moving NE.
The high resolution computer model shows that line moving into NW Indiana later tonight and the heavy rain continuing through at least midnight.
The rain will be gone for the Wednesday morning commute.