Snow showers are likely for the drive to work this morning, though most accumulations should be light and less than one inch.
Keep in mind that some untreated surfaces could be slick in heavier showers. Use caution early Tuesday before snow tapers to flurries by midday.
In the meantime, if you want warmer weather, hang in there, we’ll be back up to the 50s Friday and the 60s Sunday. Overall for the NCAA tournament, dry and improving weather.
On this day in Central Indiana Weather History…
1913 : From the 25th to the 29th…the flood of record occurs along the White and East Fork White rivers. The White River crested up to 20 feet above flood stage at Indianapolis and Centerton. The East Fork crested up to 27 feet above flood stage.
Here is your forecast.
Chuck Lofton’s Skytrak 13 Forecast
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
TODAY: Cloudy, windy and cold with some morning snow showers
Northwest wind 10-35 mph
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, cool
Northeast wind 10-15 mph
TOMORROW Sunny and cold
THE EXTENDED FORECAST
THURSDAY: Periods of rain 48
FRIDAY: Sun, clouds, shower 55
SATURDAY: Sunny skies 53