- Sunday mix
- Wet Tuesday
- Midweek snow and turning bitter
Winter Awaits…Today is chilly and dry. Thankfully, we’ll finally get to see the sun. Enjoy it into the afternoon as clouds will quickly increase yet again later in the day as our next storm system approaches.
Speaking of that next system, moisture will spread into the chilly air mass Sunday morning. Across central IN, this will fall as a wintry mix of light snow and chilly light rain. Further north, this will be a mostly snow event, including a light accumulation possible (slushy amounts under 1″) across far northern portions of the state. All-in-all, this won’t be a big deal.
We’ll have a brief break in between systems Monday before rain returns at night. This is courtesy of another wave of low pressure lifting out of the northwest Gulf of Mexico, tracking northeast through the TN Valley and into southeastern Ohio. Central Indiana snow lovers know that’s a classic track for snow around these parts this time of year. We’ll keep an eye on it, but as of now, the air mass doesn’t look cold enough (yet).
A much colder pattern looms by the middle of next week. Along with the arrival of the arctic air mass, we also favor a wave of low pressure delivering accumulating snow prospects Wednesday night into Thursday. (That high Thursday will come at midnight with temperatures crashing through the day). We’ll turn bitterly cold to close the week, including wind chills falling to around zero.
This is only the beginning of a very cold and wintry period. There are plenty of “fun and games” awaiting as we rumble through the next couple weeks…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 1″ – 3″
- Rainfall: 0.75″ – 1.25″