Out of the Deep Freeze but Tracking Tricky Winter SystemsBy
Central Indiana is finally out of the deep freeze, but the forecast doesn’t get any easier. We are tracking a couple of developing storm systems over the next 7 days.
It will be clear and cold tonight, with lows near 10 degrees. Highs on Thursday will reach the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Thursday will be dry, but snow chances arrive Thursday night. Light snow will be possible Thursday night and early Friday. A quick inch or so will be possible mainly from Indianapolis north. This is just part of this tricky winter weather system. Most of the moisture will arrive Friday night. It will be cold enough for a few inches of snow north of Indianapolis. This will be snow changing to a wintry mix across our southern area. This snow will change to a wintry mix and rain for much of central Indiana on Saturday. As colder air wraps back into the system Saturday night, more snow is possible. With so many types of precipitation expected, this is a tricky storm to track. We will keep you updated on amounts as we get a little closer.
We will also be keeping you updated on a bigger storm for early next week. You are probably already hearing about this one. Please know it is too early to give you a responsible and accurate forecast for this storm that is a week away. We will let you know how much and the timing, as this storm gets closer to central Indiana. We will make sure you have plenty of time to prepare, if it looks like we will get the worst of this storm.