Another mild day is expected in central Indiana Sunday. Temperatures should top out in the upper 40°s to lower 50°s. Winds will be gusty, out of the southwest at 13-22mph with gusts to 25mph.
A weak front will pass through the state Sunday evening kicking off the chance for a few scattered showers. I don't think everyone will see rain, but there could be a narrow band developing from Anderson to Indianapolis to Bloomington starting as early as 6pm.
TRACKING ARCTIC AIR
Cold air first arrives Monday. It will interact with moisture from an upper-level low passing through the state, allowing snow showers to develop.
Snow showers will likely continue in to Tuesday. At this time, it does not appear that significant snow accumulation will happen. If snow does accumulate, it will likely be spotty with as much as 1" to 2" by Tuesday evening.
We are tracking two blasts of Arctic air targeting Indiana over the next week. The first blast arrives Wednesday as temperatures struggle to get out of the teens. The second blast is taking aim on next weekend. At this early view, temperatures look to struggle to reach the middle teens.