Mild Today, Rain Tomorrow

After a bitterly cold day yesterday, today will almost feel balmy!  Winds are out of the southwest today, allowing temperatures to climb to near 40 degrees.  It will be partly sunny and dry this afternoon.

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Clouds will increase tonight with temperatures holding near steady in the upper 30s overnight.

Rain will arrive mid morning and will continue through the afternoon.

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Temperatures will still be mild, in the low 40s.

FRIDAY PLANNER

If there is any leftover precipitation Friday night, a few flurries will be possible.  Temperatures will fall into the upper 20s.

Saturday will be cloudy with slowly falling temperatures into the mid 20s by late afternoon.  The Arctic air will continue to spill into Central Indiana, allowing temperatures to fall Saturday through Monday morning.

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There is a chance of snow on Sunday with snow arriving early morning Sunday and continuing into the afternoon.  Right now, around an inch of accumulation is possible.

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Temperatures will crash Monday morning, with temperatures bottoming out around zero.  Wind chill values will be running 10 to 15 below zero.

Another chance of snow returns late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

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Light Snow This Afternoon

It was a bitter cold start this morning.

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Clouds will increase this afternoon with a chance of light snow showers this afternoon from Indiana and points north.  Snow amounts will be less than one inch.

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Any snow will taper off this evening with near steady temperatures in the mid 20s.

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Temperatures will begin to rise this evening with breezy winds out of the southwest.  Skies will gradually clear out to partly cloudy by Thursday morning.

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Thursday will be mild with partly sunny skies and highs in the low 40s.

THURSDAY PLANNER

There is a chance of rain late Thursday night and rain will be likely on Friday.  As temperatures fall Friday evening into the low 30s, there is a chance of a wintry mix.

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Temperatures will hold near steady in the upper 20s Saturday with a chance of a few snow showers.

Sunday will be partly sunny and cold with a high in the low 20s.  There is a slight chance of a few snow showers.

Bitter cold temperatures return on Monday with temperatures struggling to climb into the low teens, after single digit lows.

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Snow Ends This Morning, Bitter Cold Later Today

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for central Indiana through 1pm today.

WINTER ADVISORY

The winter storm is winding down this morning. Moderate to heavy snow has been blanketing central Indiana this morning. Drier air is moving in behind the system, allowing the snow to shutdown from west to east this morning. Snow totals will be from 1” to 4”.

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Roads will be treacherous today, despite the snow ending this morning. Blowing snow will bring down visibilities and winds will be gusting around 35 mph. It will be a blustery day with temperatures falling through the day.

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By late afternoon, temperatures will be in the upper teens. Wind chill values will be in the single digits today.

PLANNER TODAY

The skies will gradually clear out late tonight with temperatures continuing to crash. Temperatures will bottom out into the low teens with wind chill values running 5 to 10 below zero.

MONDAY AM

Clouds will increase again Monday afternoon, ahead of a Clipper system.

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Afternoon highs will only climb into the mid 20s with bitter cold wind chills in the single digits.

Snow showers will be likely Monday night into Tuesday morning. An inch or less of snow is expected with falling temperatures again on Tuesday.

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Wednesday will be bitter cold but temperatures begin to moderate by Thursday.

While it’s still far out, there is a chance of freezing rain on Saturday. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated on the latest.

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Winter Ramps Up Overnight

It has been a wet afternoon, with many areas receiving under a half inch of rain.  Showers will continue this evening, gradually changing over to snow as temperatures fall.  The changeover will start off in northwest Indiana around midnight.  The Indianapolis area will likely see the changeover around 3am, as temperatures fall below the freezing mark.  East central Indiana will see the rain to snow transition by 5am.

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Most of central Indiana will see snow totals from 1” to 3” of snow by late Sunday morning.

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A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for most of Central Indiana tonight through Sunday morning.

ADVISORY

Regardless of how much snow falls, Sunday will be a nasty winter day.   Roads will be slick as rain and snow freeze due to temperatures plummeting.  It will be a windy day with winds gusting around 35 mph.  Blowing snow is likely to cause reduced visibilities.  Temperatures will fall throughout the day, eventually falling into the upper teens late afternoon.  Wind chill values will be in the single digits.

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Clouds will gradually clear out Sunday night and temperatures will crash into the low teens.   Due to the breezy winds and cold temperatures, wind chill values will be running 5 to 10 degrees below zero.

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Another round of snow will arrive late Monday night and Tuesday as a Clipper moves over the Great Lakes.  At this point, we are only forecasting light snow totals of less than a tenth of an inch or less.

Temperatures will gradually moderate to seasonal by the end of the week.

It’s still very far out, but another system arrives next weekend and at this point, it could be a freezing rain event.  We will keep you posted.

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Rain to Snow Later Tonight

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 7pm this evening to 7am EST Sunday morning. Rain will transition into snow later tonight and will continue into Sunday morning with 2 to 5 inches of snow possible.

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An unsettled weather pattern continues this weekend, bringing big changes to central Indiana. An area of low pressure will track over the Great Lakes today through Sunday. Temperatures will be mild today, holding near steady in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.

TODAY PLANNER

This storm event will start out as rain by early afternoon, continuing into the evening. As temperatures fall later this afternoon, the rain will transition to snow from northwest to southeast.

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Areas like Fowler, Lafayette, and Delphi, will see the transition first, likely before midnight. Indianapolis will see the changeover around 3am with eastern Indiana seeing the changeover by 5am.

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The heavier snow is expected in extreme northwest Indiana. From a Terre Haute-Indianapolis- Marion line, those areas could see around 1” to 3”.

SNOW FORECAST

Snow will be moderate at times with quick bursts of snow likely. Visibilities will be reduced with blowing snow too, due to gusty northwesterly winds. Accumulating snow will be likely across central Indiana by Sunday morning. Keep checking back with your Skytrak13 Weather Team for the latest updates.

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Temperatures will fall throughout the day on Sunday, falling into the upper teens by late afternoon. It will be a blustery day with sustained winds from 15 to 25 mph. A few lake effect snow showers will be possible Sunday afternoon but the heavier snow showers will end Sunday morning.

SUNDAY PLANNER
Clouds will clear out Sunday night and temperatures will eventually fall into the low teens by Monday morning. Wind chill values will be 5 to 10 below zero.

Clouds will increase Monday afternoon with a high in the mid 20s.

Another round of light snow will be possible late Monday night into Tuesday, as a Clipper system moves in. Around a tenth of an inch or less of snow is expected at this time.

Temperatures will moderate by the end of the work week, returning back to seasonal.

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Rain to Snow This Weekend

After a wet start this morning, a few more lingering showers will be possible the rest of the afternoon through the evening.  Afternoon highs will be running more than 10 degrees above average, into the upper 40s.

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It will remain cloudy and mild overnight with a low in the low 40s.

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Another round of rain returns Saturday afternoon.  Temperatures will climb to an early high of 50 degrees and then begin to fall.  Rain will continue into the evening and then gradually change over from rain to snow.  The changeover will begin in northwest Indiana around midnight, with Rensselaer , Osgood, and Lafayette, experiencing the changeover first.  As cold air pushes in from northwest to southeast, rain will change over to snow by early morning.  Indianapolis will likely see the changeover by 3am or 4am.   Snow accumulations will be higher in northwest Indiana, with a band of 1” to 3” possible for Terre Haute – Lafayette – Marion and points in between.  Indianapolis and areas along and south of I-70 could see accumulations around 1” or less.  Lake effect snow showers are likely the rest of Sunday.  We are continuing to update this forecast, so please keep checking back for the latest.

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This system will push off to the northeast Sunday afternoon, allowing blustery conditions to take over the rest of the day as temperatures fall.  As the skies clear out, temperatures will eventually fall into the low teens Monday morning.  Wind chill values will be running 5 to 10 below zero.

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There is a chance of light snow Monday night and Tuesday but the main weather story during the work week will be the bitter cold conditions.

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More Clouds Today, Light Snow Possible Monday

Clouds will increase today as a system moves over the Great lakes. Temperatures will only climb into the low 30s.

TODAY PLANNER

There is a chance of a few light snow showers tonight through Monday morning along a cold front. No accumulation is expected but it could be slick for morning driving time tomorrow morning, as everyone heads back to school and work.

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Overnight lows will be in the low 20s.

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Temperatures only climb into the low 30s.

MONDAY PLANNER

The skies will gradually clear back out Monday night. This will allow temperatures to fall into the mid to upper teens. It hasn’t been that cold since November 22, 2015.

Temperatures will rebound into the low 30s Tuesday afternoon.

A gradual warming trend continues through the work week. Temperatures will climb into the low 40s, running several degrees above average.

A stronger system arrives on Friday, bringing rain to central Indiana. As colder air wraps into the system on Saturday, a mix of rain and snow will be possible.

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Cold Tonight, More Clouds Sunday

It was a beautiful winter day with the most sunshine since December 20th.

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Afternoon highs climbed into the upper 30s.

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It will be mostly clear and cold tonight with temperatures falling into the low 20s. Wind chill values will be in the teens.

TONIGHT LOWS WIND CHILL FORECAST

Clouds will return on Sunday as an upper level system moves into the Great Lakes. Temperatures will only climb into the low 30s with wind chills in the low 20s.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON SUNDAY PLANNER

Heading to the Colts game?  The roof and window will be CLOSED.

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There is a chance of a few snow showers late Sunday night through Monday morning. No accumulation is expected but it could make some slick spots on the road, especially for a busy morning where people are heading back to work after the long holiday weekend.

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A gradual warming trend returns by mid week with temperatures rebounding into the low 40s.

A strong storm system arrives on Friday, bringing a chance of rain with a few snow showers possible next Saturday.

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Chilly First Weekend of 2016

The first weekend of 2016 will be dry and below seasonal temperatures.  More sunshine will be on tap this afternoon with temperatures climbing into the mid 30s.

 

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Wind chill values will be in the mid 20s.

WIND CHILL FORECAST

It will be mostly clear tonight and a bit breezy.  Overnight lows fall into the low 20s with wind chill values in the teens.

TONIGHT

It will be partly sunny and chilly Sunday.  Winds will shift out of the northwest with clouds increasing through the afternoon.  Afternoon highs will be in the low 30s.

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There is a chance of a few light snow showers late Sunday night through Monday morning as an upper level system moves over the Great Lakes.   Temperatures will only climb into the 30s again Monday afternoon.

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Skies will gradually clear out Monday night, allowing temperatures to tumble into the mid to upper teens.  Tuesday will be chilly and dry

A gradual warming trend moves in on Wednesday with temperatures finally climbing above average to near 40 degrees.

A stronger storm system returns on Friday, bringing a chance of rain.  At this point, it looks like a few snow showers will be possible on Saturday.

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Heavy Rain Continues Through Monday Night

The wet weekend continues with heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms. Many areas have already picked up over 1 inch of rain since yesterday morning.

Here are some totals since midnight from our WeatherBug network:

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Training showers and thunderstorms will continue to bring more rain over the same areas, creating flooding issues. A Flash Flood Warning is in effect now through Monday evening.

FLASH FLOOD

Showers will start to let up a bit by early afternoon through the evening. Scattered showers will be possible through the afternoon with falling temperatures.

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By late afternoon, temperatures will be down to near 40 degrees.

TODAY PLANNER

Round two will move in later tonight. Another low pressure will move over central Indiana bringing more precipitation to central Indiana. There is a chance of a brief freezing rain event Monday morning, as temperatures hover near the freezing mark. The best chance for freezing rain will be in north central Indiana.

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Then just rain will be likely the rest of the day.

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Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 40s.

MONDAY PLANNER

Another inch or two of rain will be possible through Monday night.

ADDITIONAL RAIN

Drier air returns Tuesday with cloudy skies and highs near 40 degrees.

There is a chance of a few light rain and snow showers on Wednesday.

Much colder air moves in for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day but the dry pattern continues.

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