Areas of light freezing drizzle/rain will be around Central Indiana this evening and overnight. Don’t let the “light” wording fool you… it may go a long way in making untreated roads slick with temperatures stuck in the mid-20s.
Definitely use caution tonight and early Monday morning, and be mindful that icy roads are possible. Check back for updates.
Under a blanket a gray Monday temperatures remain steady in the mid/upper 20s. Areas of freezing drizzle are possible in the morning.
A quick-moving upper disturbance will ride through the Ohio River Valley late Monday night/early Tuesday morning. This brings snow “potential” back in play for the southern half of the state… though admittedly there is a great deal of uncertainty on track and intensity. For now I’m putting the I-70 corridor/south in play for snow “potential”… with a disclaimer it’s very subject to change.
Temperatures drop into the single digits Wednesday morning as clouds depart. This will be one of a couple of mornings next week in the single digits.
Next weekend looks unsettled with a return of precipitation. There isn’t much model consensus regarding precip-type. Stay tuned and be safe if you’re driving tonight – Sean Ash