INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Another Alberta clipper weather system moved across Indiana on Sunday. Most areas saw a quarter inch dusting of light snow. The light snow will end by tonight. Beware of slippery spots as temperatures drop tonight and overnight.
Tonight: Partial clearing and very cold. Bottom 10.
Monday: Very chilly to start with so bundle up if you’re heading to work or school. A bit of sunshine will raise the temperature to 32 in the afternoon.
Tuesday: Fairly sunny and much warmer. High 45.
By late afternoon, snow showers have ceased north of Indianapolis and skies are clearing. But, the snow continued south of I-74
The snow shower area moved into central Indiana shortly after noon. Most areas received a quarter inch or less. Some spots might end up with half an inch or more.
The snow will be removed well before 10 p.m. Sunday. Then the skies will clear and temperatures will drop.
In areas that have received a new snow cover, temperatures will be in the single digits Monday morning.
Be sure to bundle up if you leave early on Monday. No real wind, just real cold.
We will finally see some sun, and we will need it, to warm temperatures to 32 by Monday afternoon.
8 Day Outlook: Abnormally warm temperatures persist through Thursday evening. With the warm air, we will increase the chance of rain showers from Wednesday afternoon to Thursday morning. Thursday afternoon, with the arrival of colder air, the precipitation could change to a little snow. Then, near-average temperatures will extend into next weekend: 20s overnight and highs in the 40s.