- Hold on to your hats
- Cold air returns
- Extended period of scattered snow showers; squall potential
Changes Brewing…Wednesday will feature more of the same mild weather we’ve come to know and enjoy across the Mid West over the past couple of weeks. Despite the mild air, a storm system will result in scattered showers for our hump day, along with very windy conditions. Gusts of 40 MPH will be common across central IN.
Temperatures will fall late Wednesday and Old Man Winter is set to make up for lost time as we progress through the back half of the work week and on into the weekend. In addition, fast-moving upper level energy will push southeast in the active northwest flow aloft. Scattered snow showers will result, along with localized embedded heavier squalls. It certainly won’t snow the entire time, but passing snow showers will be a good bet from time to time Thursday through Sunday.
Our wintry pattern will relax briefly early next week, but renewed cold air appears poised to blow into town the middle of next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Dusting – 1″ (local 2″ amounts possible)
- Rainfall: 0.10″ – 0.25″