The SkyTrak 13 Weather Team continues to track a complex winter storm that is moving into central Indiana. By 10pm Saturday, there were reports of freezing drizzle from near Indianapolis north and already reports of some slick roads. This freezing drizzle will change to snow overnight. A winter storm warning is in effect until 7am Monday for central Indiana and a winter weather advisory is in effect for the northern part of area including Lafayette, Kokomo, Peru and Marion.
We still have the potential for 3-6 inches of snow north, 5-8 inches of snow central and 3- inches of snow and some ice south. These totals will change, if there is a change in the track of this latest winter storm. This storm is still developing, so stay tuned for updates. If you do have travel plans on Sunday, be prepared for the ice and snow.
There is some new data coming in now that suggests a faster end to the snow and ice (Sunday evening) and a more southern track (this would shift the higher snow totals south). Not all of the new information is in yet, so I won’t make any drastic changes. Sean Ash will have all of the new information and any changes for you early Sunday morning. Join him and our news team on Sunrise at 6am.