Snow will come to an end this morning with drier conditions this afternoon. It will remain mostly cloudy today with temperatures slowly falling into the low 20s.
It will be mostly cloudy tonight with temperatures continuing to tumble into the low teens. Wind chill values will be in the single digits.
Monday will be mostly sunny and cold with highs in the mid 20s, running more than 10 degrees below normal.
A complex winter storm arrives on Tuesday afternoon. There is still uncertainty on the track of this system to snow totals will have to be adjusted. Right now, it looks like Northern Indiana could see 6” to 8” of snow, Central Indiana with 4” to 6” of snow and 2” to 4” of snow will be possible in Southern Indiana. A mix of sleet and freezing rain will be possible with this system and this could diminish some snow totals. The SkyTrak13 Weather Team will continue to monitor and tweak this complicated forecast.
Another system arrives next weekend.
Scattered showers will continue this evening as moisture rides along a stationary boundary.
As temperatures begin to fall later this evening, the rain could change over to freezing rain briefly and then over to some light snow.
A dusting up to 2″ of snow will be possible. Take care when traveling tonight. As temperatures fall below the freezing mark, any ponding on roadways will refreeze.
Temperatures will fall into the mid 20s by Sunday morning and will continue to fall throughout the day. It will be mainly cloudy but dry.
Monday will be dry as well and much brighter but cold.
A complex winter storm will arrive on Tuesday and will continue into Wednesday. This storm has not even formed yet so the track of the storm is still uncertain. Heavy snow will be possible with a mix of sleet and freezing rain.
Much colder air arrives behind the system, bringing bitter cold conditions to the end of the work week.
Another shot at snow arrives on Saturday.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 1pm today for Carroll, Fountain, Howard, Tippecanoe, and Warren counties. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will be possible this morning, changing over to rain later today, as temperatures climb above the freezing mark. Some areas could receive a tenth to two tenths of an inch of ice accumulations.
A wintry mix will be possible this morning and then will change over to rain. Rain will continue through the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the low 40s, the warmest we’ve seen since January 14th.
As temperatures begin to fall later this evening, the rain could change over to freezing rain briefly and then over to some light snow. Take care when traveling today and tonight. As temperatures fall this evening, any ponding on roadways will refreeze. Temperatures will fall into the low 20s by Sunday morning.
Sunday will be dry with a gradual clearing by afternoon. Temperatures will hold near steady in the low 20s with winds out of the northwest.
Monday will be dry as well but changes arrive on Tuesday.
A complex system will push in on Tuesday and continue into Wednesday. The track of this system is still up in the air. It will bring snow to Central Indiana but sleet and freezing rain will be possible as well. The SkyTrak13 Weather team will continue monitor the track, timing and snow and ice accumulations as the system develops. Keep checking back for the latest updates.
Here is an update on snow totals from yesterday’s storm:
A quiet pattern settles in today with a mix of sun and clouds and breezy winds. The wind will be out of the southwest, gusting up to 30 mph at times. With temperatures climbing into the low 30s, wind chill values will remain in the teens.
The breezy conditions will continue through the overnight with partly cloudy skies.
Monday will start off dry and partly sunny with highs near 30 degrees.
Snow chances arrive late Monday night and continue through Tuesday morning. Some areas could receive up to an inch of snow.
A cold wintry pattern moves back in for the rest of the week with several chances of light snow. Temperatures will be running more 15 to 20 degrees below normal this week.
Winter Weather Advisory continues until Sunday 1am.
The heaviest snow should be out of here by 9pm. Snow will taper off to lighter snow showers later this evening.
Here is an update of the latest snow totals so far from this Clipper system:
West Lafayette: 4.5”
Indy Airport: 2”
NE Indy: 2”
A Winter Weather Advisory continues for all of Central Indiana until Sunday 1am.
Widespread snow is moving over Central Indiana at this time. Some areas could receive one inch of snow per hour.
Keep in mind that with this fast moving system, clearing of the roads may be difficult. With the blowing and falling snow, visibilities could be reduced to less than a quarter of a mile.
Most of Central Indiana will receive 3″ to 5″ of snow by late evening.
Snow will taper off late tonight with a slow clearing by morning.
Sunday will be breezy but dry. Snow chances move in late Monday night. Bitter cold temperatures return Tuesday.
**A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 1pm today until Sunday 1am for most of our viewing area.**
A Clipper system will arrive today, bringing accumulating snow to Central Indiana. A few light snow showers are rotating into the area this morning but the Clipper will arrive midday, bringing some pockets of heavy snow. The best chance for heavy snow is after 3pm until midnight. Some areas could receive 3” to 5” of snow and the main snow band looks to be along and north of I-70, west of I-465 and along and north of I-74, east of I-465. One inch of snow per hour will be possible late this afternoon. Visibilities could be reduced to less than a quarter to a half mile at times.
Snow will taper off during the overnight with temperatures falling into the upper teens.
A gradual clearing arrives on Sunday with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will climb into the low 30s but it will be breezy, keeping wind chill values in the low 20s.
Another active pattern kicks in by Tuesday with more snow possible and Arctic air returning. The unsettled pattern will bring bitter cold temperatures and snow chances through most of the work week. Temperatures start to recover again by the weekend.
Temperatures will stay above the freezing mark during the overnight with breezy winds out of the south.
It will be cloudy but continued mild for Monday with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 40s. An upper level disturbance moves in tomorrow, bringing the chance of a few spotty showers Monday afternoon through the evening.
A cold front arrives on Tuesday, bringing the chance of a few afternoon snow showers. Little or no accumulation is expected.
Temperatures will bounce between above normal and below normal this week, as several systems move over the Great Lakes.