Alright, let’s get the snow totals out of the way… here you go. The heaviest snow looks to fall before 8am. At times, visibility will be greatly reduced, and with heavy snow falling, crews may not be able to clear it off the roads quickly. Adding to that problem, wind gusts up to 30 and 40 mph. That will create white out conditions and blowing and drifting snow. Any winter storm warnings or advisories should expire at 10am. Keep posted by checking here.
The wind will die down this afternoon with highs in the low to mid 30s, and snow showers will taper off to flurries by midday.
Overnight, Central Indiana looks to stick with mostly cloudy skies as lows drop to the mid 20s.
Saturday, we could see a few flurries, or scattered showers. Saturday night, a rain/snow mix is possible.
Sunday, temps warm into the low 50s and we’ll see heavy rain develop for the evening and Monday, a few thunderstorms are even possible.
If you want quieter weather… you have to wait until Tuesday!