INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Light snow showers along with freezing rain could cause a few slick spots today.
Weak system pushing through the Midwest will spark wintry precipitation over portions of central Indiana Sunday. Best forcing will be in our northwestern counties, where steady snow should set up for much of the morning. For everyone else, it will be scattered to spotty snow showers for the morning hours, with the possibility of some light freezing drizzle at times along the I-70 corridor later Sunday morning. For our southern counties, expect mostly rain – and spotty at best. Precipitation will wind down by this afternoon for most of the area, with the exception of northern counties, where snow will continue through early evening.
Accumulating snow will be confined to the north, where one to as high as two inches will be possible. For most of us, little if any accumulation is expected. Light glazing of ice around the Indy metro area could make for a few slick spots through the mid and late morning hours.
Highs top out in the middle 30s.
Quiet conditions in the wake of Sunday’s storm system. Mostly cloudy with lows in the middle 20s.
Dry start to the work week. Expect cloudy conditions with highs in the middle 30s.
Tuesday will be similar to Monday, with mostly cloudy conditions and highs in the middle 30s. Next system moves in late Tuesday night into Wednesday. Could squeeze out some light freezing rain early, before changing over to all rain. Temperatures will continue to warm to near normal/slightly above normal for the second half of the week. we should make a run into the 50s to start off the next weekend.