Rain will soon change to snow

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Indianapolis has not had measurable snow for the past 20 days and for the past 15 days we've had high above average high temperatures. Both of those streaks will end this week. A series of cold fronts will move across the state and push colder air in. A few showers are possible Wednesday afternoon with rain changing to snow Thursday morning. Along with the winter-like chill we'll have chances for snow showers through Friday. Right now Saturday looks dry and cold, with more snow chances Sunday through Monday.


We've had above average temperatures for the past 15 days.


Daylight is increasing by two minutes per day.


Indianapolis has not had measurable snow for the past 29 days.


We will go from rain to snow this week.


Light rain will develop Wednesday afternoon.


Light snow is likely early Thursday.


Snow showers are likely for the Thursday morning rush hour.



Expect a few flurries on Friday.


We'll have a cold Saturday.


We'll have a chance for snow on Sunday.


Colder temperatures are likely for the rest of the week.


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