The BIG story through Friday will be the arctic air that is invading central Indiana. Highs will stay in the 20s today and tomorrow. More clouds than sun will be with us throughout the day with gusts up to 25 mph at times this afternoon.
Those wind gusts will generate wind chills in the single digits through the morning hours with those wind chills staying in the teens through the afternoon.
We stay dry and mostly cloudy through Saturday. Our weather pattern becomes more active Sunday through Tuesday.
A storm system will bring a rain/snow mix to the region on Sunday. We are not talking exact snow amounts yet because a lot of variables are still not ironed out by the forecast models. A shift in the track of the Low 50-100 miles could significantly impact precipitation type which could add to or subtract from snow totals. Also, high temperatures will get above freezing on Sunday which will allow the precipitation to change over to rain for a period of time, which will help cut back on some of those totals.
Nonetheless we will likely see SOME accumulation into early next week with snow chances continuing on Monday and Tuesday. A COLDER arctic blast will move in for the second half of next week with highs only in the TEENS on Wednesday.