Frigid night ahead with snow flurries possible

Frigid night ahead with snow flurries possible

Frigid night ahead with snow flurries possible

Clouds have pushed their way back into central IN and along with a stiff northeast wind, temperatures have struggled to rise into the low to mid 40s IN most areas Sunday afternoon. High pressure will take hold over the weekend. Showers will intensify late tonight through tomorrow morning. Rain and snow amounts look to be on par with the first system, but snow totals will be higher due to the lower snow level. Snow should shift east as the day goes on.

A few spotty snow showers overnight could leave some slick spots as you head out the door this morning.

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We have already had a lot of rainfall in the last 30 hours but it looks like we have one more batch coming into the Valley. One model calls for a little wintry mix in the morning and if that holds true, the clouds lingering could keep highs in the 30s. The pattern early in the week will remain a chilly one with colder air locked in across much of the eastern half of the nation.

"South of these areas, we are only expecting a trace to 1". A light coating of snow is possible. However, a few lake effect snow showers can not be ruled out in the Primary Snow Belt Thursday and Friday.

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By the end of the week, temperatures try and rebound slightly. Partly cloudy Saturday night with lows in the 20s and 30s, while Sunday tries to go warmer with highs in the 50s and the possibility of a stray shower. Rain showers will be possible into the weekend, with highs around 49 degrees on St. Patrick's Day.

Side note: Spring begins in just 7 days!

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