More widespread precipitation is spreading across central Indiana this morning. Most of this precipitation is falling as freezing rain.
Modeled forecast radar continues to show moisture streaming across the region through around the lunchtime hour before diminishing.
Temperatures will remain around 30-32 degrees along and north of the I-70 corridor as this rain falls so it’ll freeze on contact. Allow extra time if you must travel and slow down. Due to our phenomenal road crews and marginally cold temperatures, we don’t expect major travel issues this morning, but do use caution if traveling. A light glaze of ice (around 0.10″) is possible on elevated surfaces, including tree limbs and power lines.
Temperatures will go above freezing this afternoon across most of central Indiana and precipitation will end. Highs both today and Sunday should top out in the middle 30s across the region.
Lows tonight will settle back down into the middle to upper 20s, but dry conditions should remain for most of the night.
Our next round of precipitation looks slated for a Sunday morning arrival and, similar to this morning, this precipitation will likely fall as a mixture of light rain and light freezing rain.
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