- Northern IN snow
- Weekend moderation
- Showers early next week
Majority Of Snow To Our North, Northeast…A fast moving northwest flow will continue to zip upper air disturbances across the Plains into the Great Lakes and northeast. As has been the case for the past week, central IN will remain too far south to benefit in the snow department from these systems. A light shower is possible this afternoon with gusty winds followed by a couple of light snow showers this evening as the cold returns. If your travels take you to north-central IN or into Ohio, you’ll be more likely to encounter slick roads.
A skinny lake effect snow band may set up shop overnight into early Thursday. Unlike the past event, this would favor west-central parts of the state.
We’ll wrap up the work week on a mostly dry note and that theme will continue as we open the weekend. A milder southwest push of air will send temperatures to slightly above average levels this weekend and we’ll introduce showers into our forecast early next week.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Dusting
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.40″