The freezing rain, snow, and sleet are gone, but with temps not expected to reach the freezing mark today, slick spots will remain likely across Central Indiana.
Highs will only reach the mid 20s today across Central Indiana. We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds with winds out of the northeast up to 15mph.
Overnight temps drop to the low 20s with partly cloudy skies.
Early Sunday morning, a few flurries may be possible, but most of the daytime hours look dry as temps warm into the mid to upper 40s. Most of the snow and ice should melt. Sunday evening, rain develops and at times will be heavy with isolated thunderstorms through Monday morning. With the snow melt, and the rain on the way, we will be watching for the possibility of flooding.
Monday, a rain/snow mix is possible with temps in the low 40s. The day doesn’t appear to be a washout, with most of the precip falling in the morning.
Tuesday will be dry, then Wednesday a nearly daily chance of rain moves back into the forecast.