2 Chances for Flurries and Snow Showers

There is a fast moving weather system in eastern Iowa now.  The latest analysis of a high resolution model shows this thin line of flurries and snow showers moving into central Indiana later this evening around 10pm.  This model also shows a thin line of light snow possible across the southern half of the state early Thursday morning.  This will show up as green on the map, but it is snow.  Any accumulations will be minor, but a quick coating is possible.



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There will be another round of flurries and snow showers later Thursday afternoon and evening.  Again any accumulations will be minor and should only amount to a quick coating.

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From Flurries to the 50s

As we move into the afternoon, we’ll see mostly cloudy skies and a few flurries across Central Indiana with temperatures in the low 30s.  Our average high this time of year is 36. 

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Tonight mostly cloudy skies stick around as temps fall into the mid 20s.

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We are tracking a weak and fast moving weather system for Thursday.  There will be a few flurries or snow showers possible, but we aren’t forecasting the snow to stick.  Highs will reach the upper 30s.

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If you want warmer weather, you just have to wait until the weekend.  Highs on Saturday will reach the low 50s.  Saturday will be dry, but by Sunday scattered showers will move in.  Temperatures will remain mild through Tuesday of next week, with the possibility of reaching the 50 degree mark a few more times!

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Cold Today, Great Weekend

Temperatures yesterday dropped during the afternoon and it is still cold this morning. Temperatures are in the 20s but we’ll warm up to the freezing mark later today. It’s an eventful day ,because this will be the coldest day for the next week and the last of the below average days for some time. We are forecasting more clouds than sunshine over the next couple of days.  Highs will be in the range of 35-40 on Thursday. Not a bad night, by the way, to go to see Butler take on DePaul tonight.

We are tracking a weak and fast moving weather system for Thursday.  There will be a few flurries or snow showers possible, but we aren’t forecasting the snow to stick.

The bigger story in the forecast is the warm-up.  Highs will be in the lower 50s on Saturday and Sunday.  As the next weather system arrives later Sunday into early next week, it will be rain and not snow with the mild weather pattern.


From Cold and Flurries to 50s This Week

It is colder across central Indiana and it will be a cold night.  Forecast low temperatures are in the lower and middle 20s.  With more clouds than sun on Wednesday, there won’t be much of a warm-up.  Highs on Wednesday will be in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

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Highs on Thursday will be in the range of 35-40 degrees.  A few flurries or snow showers will be possible.  We are not forecasting any of that to stick.

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We are forecasting 50 degree warmth for the weekend.  It will be rain and not snow arriving for the end of the weekend and early next week.


Cold with Flurries Today

Temperatures will hold steady this afternoon in the low 30s with wind chills in the 20s.  We’ll continue to see cloudy skies, with a chance of flurries this afternoon into this evening.

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Cold air settles in tonight as lows drop to the low 20s with mostly cloudy skies.

Wind chills will be in the teens through midday Wednesday.

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Wednesday the clouds will remain as we see our coolest high of the week in the upper 20s.

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A slight warm up begins Friday, with highs in the 50s by Saturday.

Rain will return to the forecast Sunday and stick around through Monday.

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Rain And Not Snow… For Now

As expected temperatures climbed into the 40s today despite the overcast and scattered showers.  We’ll be dodging raindrops all evening until a cold front moves across the state after midnight.


Much colder air returns by sunrise Tuesday as temperatures settle into the lower 30s.  This is where they’ll stay all day tomorrow due to overcast and a steady northwest wind in the 15 to 30mph.  Flurries are possible for the morning commute, but expect a better chance to see snow showers during afternoon and early evening hours.


Wind chills return to the 10 to 15 degree range Wednesday morning with a shot of seasonably cold air.  Highs in the 20s mid-week climb to near 40 degrees Thursday and Friday.  We continue to call for highs at or above 50 Saturday when we’ll have sunshine and a stiff southwest wind.



Temperatures remain above early next week but shower chances return as early as Sunday.  Check back for updates as the pattern looks active next week – Sean Ash

Rain Tonight… Chance of Flurries Tomorrow

Clouds will be on the increase this afternoon as scattered showers move into Central Indiana this evening.  Highs will reach the upper 30s to low 40s.  Our normal high this time of year is 36.

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Overnight scattered showers will come to an end as lows drop to the low 30s by Tuesday morning.

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Tuesday will be cool, cloudy, and breezy with a chance of snow flurries.  Temperatures will stay nearly steady in the low 30s.  Wind gusts up to 25mph will be possible.

Wednesday looks to be our coldest day of the week with highs in the low 30s.

Temperatures start to rebound as early as Thursday as highs warm into the low 40s.  By Saturday we could hit 50!

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Warmest In Over A Week

40 degrees has never felt so fine!  For the first time since January 15th temperatures climbed above freezing with decent sunshine.


Clouds increase some tonight and combined with a persistent southwest wind helps keep temperatures about 10 to 15 degrees warmer than this morning.


Expect readings in the mid to upper 20s out the door Monday morning.  We’ll enjoy at least some partial sunshine early tomorrow before cloud increase.  A quick-moving storm system brings wind-whipped rain into Central Indiana mainly after sunset tomorrow as a cold front sweeps across the state.


Colder air returns behind the front Tuesday with flurries, snow showers and highs near freezing.  Seasonably cold air lingers into Wednesday with flurries.  Current modeling suggests will be on the warmer side of several clipper-type systems later in the week.  As a result highs should near 40 degrees Thursday and Friday.


We’re still calling for highs near or above 50 degrees next Saturday, but please note it’s accompanied by strong southwesterly wind – Sean Ash

Warmer Sunday Ahead

If you’re heading out early this morning, freezing fog is possible as temperatures are in the teens and wind chills in the single digits.

Ready for temperatures to rise above freezing?  Today will be the first day since January 16th that we’ll warm above the freezing mark.  Highs will reach the mid to upper 30s today with partly cloudy skies.

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Tonight won’t be as cold.  Skies remain partly cloudy with overnight lows in the mid 20s.

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Monday clouds will be on the increase as we top out near 40.  Monday should be dry during the daytime hours.  However, at night, rain is expected.

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Some of that rain could turn to a wintry mix, and light snow for Tuesday morning, so we’ll be watching the forecast closely.

Colder weather returns Wednesday with highs only in the 20s.

By next weekend, a more mild pattern moves in, and we could see highs near 50!

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