Fast Moving Northwest Flow…


  • Cold times
  • First accumulating snow of the season
  • Additional disturbances to monitor next week

Snow Arrives Late Friday Night And Early Saturday…75% of our Thursday featured overcast skies and periodic flurries and light snow.  Thankfully, a bit of drier air is working in to provide a brighter close to the day.  A cold night is on deck as many fall into the teens.

A fast moving upper air disturbance will drop southeast into the Ohio Valley Saturday.  This will help spread a swath of snow across central Indiana overnight Friday into the wee morning hours Saturday.  Additionally, we’ll have to monitor the potential of enhanced lake effect bands across central and east-central portions of the state Saturday morning into the early afternoon.  In general, we expect 1″ to 2″ of snow to accumulate across central Indiana, but note there may be a couple of heavier totals where lake effect bands set up.

Another fast-paced disturbance will blow into town Monday night into Tuesday, followed by another Wednesday night into Thursday.  Cold weather will dominate through the period.

Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:

  • Snowfall: 2″ – 3″
  • Rainfall: 0.00″