24 Hours Away From Our Next Snow System

So how did you enjoy one of Central Indiana’s colder mornings in nearly three years?  No need to answer.  Thankfully we’re out of the coldest air, but wind chills remain an issue this evening and Friday morning.

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Wind chills this evening remain in the zero to -5 range, and stay near zero for the kids at the bus stop tomorrow morning.

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One decent byproduct of the blustery wind tomorrow will be warmer highs nearing the freezing mark.  But it will never feel that warm to exposed skin.

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We’re still on target for an accumulating heading into the weekend.  Subject to change, and often times snow arrives sooner than modeled, but the first flakes should hold off until after the Friday evening rush hour.  The air should saturate between 7pm and 10pm… snow will overspread Central Indiana before midnight.


By 7am Saturday morning we’re expecting 2″ to possibly 3″ already on the ground.


An additional one or two inches will fall by Saturday 4pm.  It appears many locations pick up 3″ to 4″.  Like with any snow event, someone will get a bit more and some will get less.


Thankfully the snowfall will be spread out over a 20 hour time period and temperatures will be steady near freezing.  This will help road crews, though snow to slush covered roads can be expected Saturday morning.


Still looks cold for Colts tailgating and a clipper system “may” drop another quick 1″ to 2″ Monday.  We’re eyeing another storm toward the end of the week.  Thanks for visiting the blog – Sean Ash