There were a few flurries and snow showers across central Indiana Monday evening. There won’t be any accumulating snow and the flurries will end shortly after midnight. By 10:30pm, wind chills had already fallen below zero in Lafayette. All of central Indiana will have below zero wind chills overnight and early Tuesday. It will be a cold Christmas Eve, with morning temperatures in the single digits (wind chills -15 to 0) and highs only in the teens.
There is a chance for light snow later Christmas Eve through Christmas Day. There won’t be enough for a white Christmas, but up to an inch is possible.
It stays cold through Friday, but 40s are back to start the weekend. The weekend will end with a rain/snow mix changing to snow by Sunday night and Monday. Another round of arctic air is in the forecast, as we ring in 2014.