INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — It will be cloudy with a few spotty showers Friday night.
The clouds will stick around the area Friday night. We may see a few spotty showers especially south of Indianapolis this evening. Winds will be light and variable with temperatures falling around freezing.
Look for overcast conditions through much of Saturday. There’s a chance for a few sprinkles or a light flurry early in the day. Temperatures stay around normal for this time of year in the upper 30s close to 40.
Cloudy once again Saturday night but this time colder air moves into the area. Lows fall into the low and middle 20s for much of the state.
After the chilly start, temperatures won’t rebound very much during the afternoon. Highs will top out around freezing on Sunday. Skies will stay mostly cloudy during the day. Much of the day will be dry but late Sunday – after 6 p.m. snow will begin to develop.
We’ll see a good chance for snow to develop and begin to accumulate late Sunday night. Give yourself extra time on Monday morning.
Snow will continue for the first part of the day. Warmer air will begin to move into the southern part of the state changing some of the snow into a wintry mix and even rain at times. The exact path of the storm is still a little uncertain at this time. But it looks like areas around central Indiana may pick up a few inches of snow.
The rain and snow will come to an end on Tuesday. We’ll see colder air move into the area during the middle part of the work week. Even though it will be sunny highs will stay in the 20s on Wednesday. Weather will be quiet through the end of the week with highs in the upper 30s.