More snow is on the way, below you’ll see how much ADDITIONAL accumulation we’ll see ON TOP of what we’ve already received. More snow is on the way today.
Here are a few snow totals across Central Indiana through 7 this morning.
1.6″ Atlanta (Tipton County)
2.5″ Noblesville (Hamilton County)
3.3″ Anderson (Madison County)
3.8″ Carmel (Hamilton County)
4.0″ Indianapolis National Weather Service
4.2″ Waverly (Johnson County)
5.5″ Bicknell (Knox County)
The Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until tonight.
As of 4am the official snow total at the Indianapolis International Airport is 3.8″. We could add another 1-3″ to that today, with heavier snow expected south of I-70. This is a look at the ADDITIONAL snow accumulations expected today. Temps will not go above freezing with highs in the mid to upper 20s.
Tonight temps fall to about 12 degrees, with highs tomorrow in the low 20s. Another wintry mix will develop Sunday. The big story next week is the COLD. Temps will start off in the single digits… and only warm into the teens.
Temps will be falling across Central Indiana today with rain developing. Tonight that rain will turn to sleet/ice and snow.
Here are the current advisories and warnings in effect for Central Indiana. They take effect tonight at expire late Friday night (12am Saturday).
Today temps are starting in the 40s, but we’ll end up in the 30s by the evening.
Late this afternoon rain will develop across Central Indiana. Tonight that rain will change to sleet, possibly freezing rain, and snow.
Here’s what to expect by 7am Friday morning. The morning commute will be slick.
Remember Sunrise starts at 4am Friday, so we’ll be here extra early to help you start your day.
During the day Friday more sleet and snow is expected. We are expecting more snow accumulation Friday. This is a look at the total snow accumulation Thursday night through Friday night. Areas south of I-70 may see heavy pockets of snow, notice the area of 4″+.
Bottom line… roads will be slick and hazardous.
In the 7 day forecast… bitterly cold air moves in especially next week, but before that, another chance of accumulating snow Sunday.
Mild weather will be with us today as highs top out around 60 degrees. The forecast flips to winter by Thursday night as we start tracking rain/sleet/ice and snow.
First… today. Enjoy the mild temps! We will see patchy fog and spotty showers, but overall today shouldn’t be too bad.
Tonight scattered showers are possible and temps will drop to the upper 40s by early Thursday morning.
Thursday is a day where we start warm, and our temp falls during the day. We’ll eventually end in the 30s with a wintry mix developing late Thursday evening.
We are watching the Thursday night-Friday timeframe closely. Keep in mind the forecast numbers are subject to change… here is my thinking this morning.
Thursday night rain turns to a wintry mix and eventually snow by Friday morning. Friday morning’s commute looks slick with at least an inch of snow on the ground. The forecast remains tricky because we could see some freezing rain/sleet mix in which would bring down snow totals. We are watching this closely, and will continue to update you as we get closer to this winter system moving our way.
Expect a wintry mix Thursday night into Friday, and also during the day Friday exiting Friday night. These numbers could still change, so stay posted.
In the 7 day forecast temps get cold for Saturday, by Sunday we could be tracking more accumulating snow, and by next Tuesday overnight lows could drop to the single digits.
Central Indiana is off to a foggy start, with mild temps in the forecast (for now).
Visibility readings will likely remain below 4 miles for your morning commute. These are the 4am readings.
Temps are starting off in the 30s, we’ll warm to the mid to upper 50s today with a mix of sun and clouds and a chance for sprinkles. Winds will gust out of the south up to 20 mph.
Tonight temps remain mild with overnight lows in the upper 40s. Rain will develop late and stick around Wednesday. Scattered showers and even some rumbles of thunder are possible Wednesday.
Thursday is the day we’re watching closely, rain turns to sleet and snow as temps fall throughout the day. Friday snow showers are possible with light accumulations. Right now we’re looking at 1-2″ of snow… but stay posted that could change as the system continues to develop.
Much colder air moves in for the weekend, with another chance of accumulating snow Sunday.
Get ready for a big temperature change with temps going from highs in the 60s to lows in the teens.
Today we have mild temps that are just a few degrees above normal for this time of year. Highs will reach the upper 40s with mostly cloudy skies and a chance for a few sprinkles.
Tonight sprinkles are still possible but temps remain mild in the mid 40s.
Tuesday highs will warm into the mid to upper 50s, and by Wednesday we’ll see a high of 60 degrees. Even though we’ll be warming up Wednesday, we won’t see a dry sunny day, rain will be likely, and we could have thunderstorms as well.
Temps fall during the day Thursday and rain turns to snow with the possibility of light accumulating snow Friday. We will keep you posted on any and all changes coming our way.
Here are the December “norms” for the month:
And, here’s your 7 day forecast:
Highs will reach the upper 40s today with a mix of sun and clouds and a chance of sprinkles today. Enjoy the “warmth,” because a big temperature drop is on the way, along with a chance for snow.
Tuesday highs will reach the mid 50s, and by Wednesday rain becomes likely with highs near 60! Don’t get too excited about the warmth, it won’t be sticking around. Thursday we’ll see falling temps and a rain/snow mix, and by Friday we could see accumulating snow. It’s WAY to early to be throwing out snow amounts, and we will watch the forecast very closesly as we head into the weekend. One things is for sure, much cooler air arrives for the weekend with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens.
Our “normal” high this time of year is 45 degrees, today we won’t make it out of the 30s, but for the weekend, a warm up is here!
Tonight temps fall close to the freezing mark during the Circle of Lights, so bundle up if you’re taking the family downtown.
For the weekend highs warm into the mid 40s with partly cloudy skies for Saturday, and a mix of sun and clouds Sunday. Our next best chance for rain comes late Wednesday.