A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 1pm today for Carroll, Fountain, Howard, Tippecanoe, and Warren counties. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will be possible this morning, changing over to rain later today, as temperatures climb above the freezing mark. Some areas could receive a tenth to two tenths of an inch of ice accumulations.
A wintry mix will be possible this morning and then will change over to rain. Rain will continue through the afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the low 40s, the warmest we’ve seen since January 14th.
As temperatures begin to fall later this evening, the rain could change over to freezing rain briefly and then over to some light snow. Take care when traveling today and tonight. As temperatures fall this evening, any ponding on roadways will refreeze. Temperatures will fall into the low 20s by Sunday morning.
Sunday will be dry with a gradual clearing by afternoon. Temperatures will hold near steady in the low 20s with winds out of the northwest.
Monday will be dry as well but changes arrive on Tuesday.
A complex system will push in on Tuesday and continue into Wednesday. The track of this system is still up in the air. It will bring snow to Central Indiana but sleet and freezing rain will be possible as well. The SkyTrak13 Weather team will continue monitor the track, timing and snow and ice accumulations as the system develops. Keep checking back for the latest updates.