We’re wrapping up a chilly day in Central Indiana with increasing cloud cover. This serves notice of a weak weather disturbance that may deliver some flurries or light snow for the northern-half of Indiana overnight. The bigger story this evening will be single-digit wind chills.
With the disturbance east of the state tomorrow morning we may see clouds break for some sun to end 2013.
After beginning in the mid-teens Tuesday morning, New Year’s Eve highs slowly climb into mid/upper 20s… despite intervals of clouds.
No travel troubles in Central Indiana tomorrow night. However, if you’re heading to the Michiana border or perhaps Chicago you should expect snowy conditions.
This is part of a storm system that will drag snow into Central Indiana Wednesday night into Thursday. Questions remain on where the low pressure system will intensify/track… which puts significant doubts to how much snow we’ll see. For now the entire viewing area is fair game for shovelable snow during the time period below.
Long-range indicators suggest the coldest of the winter season arrives this time next week. Though the degree of cold is up for debate… sub-zero lows are a “possibility” at this point Tuesday morning. Stay tuned for updates.
Quiet weather sets up for Colts tailgating Saturday, but another snow system is possible Sunday before the aforementioned Arctic blast arrives next week. Have a great evening and thanks for reading the blog – Sean Ash