Accumulating snow is on the way for the Thursday morning rush hour

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Mar. 2, 2016)-- Light snow will move in after 2 a.m. Thursday and continue through the morning rush hour. As temperatures rise in the afternoon we'll have a rain/snow mix, before the moisture changes to snow showers after sunset. Minor accumulation is likely with the heaviest amounts north of I-70. Temperatures will rise above freezing on Friday so any snow we get will melt soon. Much warmer air arrives over the next few days with highs in the 50s by Sunday and in the mid-60s early next week.

Low Temperature

Low temperatures will fall into the 20s overnight.

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Light snow is likely in the morning with a rain/snow mix in the afternoon, before changing to snow showers Thursday evening.


Snow develops around 3am.


Snow is likely for the morning rush hour.


A rain/snow mix is likely in the afternoon.


Snow showers taper off Thursday evening.

Manual Drawn Snow Forecast

Up to 1" of snow is likely in Indianapolis, with 1-2" over north central Indiana.

Regional Front Map1

Rain and snow showers are possible on Saturday.

Regional Front Map2

Expect a dry, mild Sunday.

Regional Front Map3

We'll have a daily chance for rain Monday through Wednesday of next week.

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