Tuesday is off to a frigid, but quiet start to the day. Temperatures are in the upper 10s for most central Indiana neighborhoods with sunshine to start the day. Gusty north winds are putting our wind chills into the single digits this morning.
As we progress through the afternoon hours, clouds will increase and scattered snow showers will develop. Highs will remain below freezing today- generally in the upper 20s to around 30.
With very cold air aloft, a lobe of upper level energy, and some lake enhancement, scattered snow showers will develop this afternoon and continue into the evening hours. Additionally, snow squall parameters are high and locally intense bursts of snow can also be expected as we move through the afternoon and evening hours. These won’t impact everyone, but where they do occur, expect rapidly reduced visibility and a quick accumulation. Forecast radar shows this potential as we move into the afternoon hours, with a couple of lake effect streamers continuing Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be another frigid day, especially by March standards. We’ll focus in on the morning hours for the most widespread snow shower activity with quieter times expected as we move through the day.