Snow continues to increase across Central Indiana. It’s mainly light, but sticking to untreated roads and driving conditions will worsen heading to the Monday morning commute.
The swath of snow will be centered over the I-74/70 corridors, and will be moderate at times by 4am. Many areas will see a new inch of snow by 8am…with some isolated areas receiving as much as 2″. It’s not about how much, but rather when it’s falling.
Due to temperatures well below freezing, and the arrival prior to 7am, roads will get messy tonight.
We’re preaching patience Monday morning because of the road conditions. Flurries and light snow may continue into the afternoon, especially areas in north-central Indiana that will be closer to another clipper system
Wednesday morning will be our coldest start, but also the brightest day of the week. Fog becomes a factor as warmer air arrives Thursday. At this it appears there will be another heavy snow/precip event next weekend across the Great Lakes/Ohio Valley. Exactly where/how much/precip type is just too uncertain. But it certainly is a possibility for all of Central Indiana to be impacted. Plenty of time to monitor and update the forecast. As of now…I have LOW confidence on any given solution at the moment. Stay tuned – Sean Ash