The transition back to snow is underway from west to east across Central Indiana… with a quick burst expected to drop a few inches around the Indy metro before this system departs. Road conditions will continue to go downhill from here, with numerous reports of slide-offs along and north of I-70.
With temperatures steadily dropping into the mid-20s, any untreated road or sidewalk will become a skating rink.
This precipitation is convective in nature, meaning rumbles of thunder are possible and heavy snow rates (1″ per hour) are still in play. Bottom-line expect slow to dangerous driving conditions the later we work into the evening.
Adding insult to injury will be areas of fog developing that will reduce visibility. Stay safe and more updates to come