A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of central Indiana from 8pm tonight through noon Tuesday. We are forecasting 1-2 inches of new snow, with a few areas of 3″ possible. This will be just enough snow for a slick and slow Tuesday morning commute. Winds will gust to near 30mph causing blowing and drifting snow.
There is another round of snow and wind on the way. Snow will develop later this evening and last through the Tuesday morning commute.
Temperatures will fall into the teens with winds W 15-25mph. This will cause more blowing and drifting snow, with wind chill values below zero Tuesday afternoon.
Temperatures will fall to near zero Wednesday morning, under mainly clear skies. A few flurries are possible on Wednesday afternoon, with highs in the upper teens to near 20 degrees.
Our latest analysis hints at climbing temperatures for the end of the week. We are forecasting highs in the 30s Thursday through Saturday. Temperatures will be key to forecasting rain, wintry mix or snow as a new storm system arrives Friday. Right now we have a wintry mix changing to rain on Friday. That rain is forecast to change back to snow on Saturday. This is a tricky one and we will have lots of updates later this week. This is definitely a week to check back with us.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of central Indiana from Monday 8pm through Tuesday 12pm. We are forecasting 1-3 inches of snow and winds that will gust to near 30mph causing blowing and drifting snow. Travel will be slick and slow Tuesday morning.
A fast moving weather system arrives Monday night and will cause a slick Tuesday morning drive. We are forecasting 1″-2″ of snow for most of central Indiana. There will be a few areas of 3″ possible.
This is just enough snow for a slow and slick Tuesday morning. The steadiest snow is forecast to fall between 11pm Monday and 10am Tuesday. Here is a look at the timing with FutureTrak13.
Check back for updates on this latest winter weather system. We will keep you updated on the timing and the totals.
Our weather pattern turns active late Thursday and will stay that way through the weekend. This will mean rain and snow chances.
Thursday will be dry, with highs in the middle 40s. Highs stay in the 40s, so we are expecting rain and not snow Thursday night through Saturday. Here is an early look at the timing for the best chance for rain. Right now we are expecting a wave late Thursday night and early Friday. Some of that light rain may mix with a wintry mix early Friday morning, before temperatures warm back into the 40s. Another wave is forecast for Saturday afternoon.
Colder air arrives Saturday night and Sunday. It will be cold enough for snow. We will watch the track of this storm closely. The track will have a direct impact on the timing of the snow and potential accumulations. We will keep you updated.
The average high for early January is in the middle 30s. Central Indiana will be about 10 degrees above average for the rest of the week. It will be mostly clear and cold tonight, with lows in the lower 20s. There will be a mix of sun and clouds on Wednesday, with highs in the lower 40s.
Highs reach the middle and upper 40s for Thursday through Saturday. As a weather system arrives later Thursday, it will be too warm for snow. We are tracking a couple of rounds or rain for the timeframe Thursday night through Saturday. Here is an early look at timing with FutureTrak13.
A round of colder air arrives on Sunday. There is a chance for snow to end the weekend. We will keep you updated on the timing and any potential accumulations. Arctic air is in the forecast for next week too.
The rest of the holiday weekend will be chilly and mainly dry. There is a chance for a few snow showers later Sunday into Monday.
Clouds will start to clear Friday night, as temperatures fall into the lower 20s. Expect a mix of clouds and sun on Saturday and Sunday. Highs will be in the 30s.
A few snow showers arrive late Sunday. A few snow showers are in the Monday forecast, with highs only near 30 degrees.
Temperatures rebound into the lower 40s by the middle part of next week. We are tracking a developing storm system for the end of next week and next weekend. Right now it looks like it will start as rain on Friday before changing to some snow. We will watch this one closely and keep you updated on rain and snow chances.
Central Indiana will ring in the new year cold and cloudy. If you have plans for New Year’s Eve, the roads will be dry, with evening temperatures near 30 degrees. We are forecasting the temperature to drop into the 20s as we get closer to midnight. Have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve.
The first day of 2016 will be cold, with a mix of clouds and sun. Highs will be near 30 degrees on Friday.
This chill will last through the holiday weekend. We are forecasting a bit more sunshine this weekend, but lows will be in the lower 20s and highs in the 30s through Sunday.
Right now the 7 day forecast is dry, with temperatures rebounding into the lower 40s by the middle of next week. There is a developing weather system to watch for the end of next week and next weekend. Stay tuned for updates.
The last day of 2015 is coming to an end. It has been cloudy and cold, with a few flurries. If you have plans this evening, it will be cloudy and cold too. 8pm temperatures will be near 30 degrees, but by midnight temperatures will fall into the 20s. Have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve.
Central Indiana will end 2015 with clouds and temperatures in the 30s. 2016 will start with the chill, but there will be some sunshine for the holiday weekend.
It will be mostly cloudy overnight, with lows in the range of 25-30 degrees. New Year’s Eve Day will be cloudy and cold, with highs in the lower 30s.
If you have plans for New Year’s Eve, it will be dry but cold. Temperatures will fall into the 20s, as we ring in 2016.
We are forecasting some sunshine of Friday and the rest of the holiday weekend. High will be near 30 on Friday and in the middle and upper 30s on Saturday and Sunday. There will be a few cold mornings with lows in the upper teens and lower 20s Friday through Sunday.
The forecast is dry through the middle part of next week.
It will be a cloudy and cold end to 2015. Thursday will start with temperatures in the range of 25-30 degrees. Highs will only reach the lower and middle 30s. It will be cloudy but dry. The dry weather is great news for your New Year’s Eve plans. Expect temperatures in the lower 30s, as you head out the door Thursday evening. Temperatures will drop into the 20s by the time reach the first few minutes of 2016. It will be cold on the first day of 2016, with highs only near 30 degrees. Have a happy and safe holiday.