We’re looking at 6-9″ of snow along and north of I-70. South of I-70 a 3-6″ accumulation is likely.
Snow will fall at the rate of 1-2″ per hour through the evening. Winds gusting up to 25 mph will cause blowing and drifting and keep visibility near zero.
Indianapolis has never received more than three inches of snow in one day this late in the spring. Until now. The record snow for the date is 5.8.” We’ll come close or break record this evening.
Snow showers will continue through most of the day Monday with an additional inch of snow possible. Flurries are likely Monday night through Tuesday with no additional accumulation.
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