Expect freezing drizzle and up to a 1/2″ of snow in Indianapolis by Friday morning

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– We have a Winter Weather Advisory in effect through 10 a.m. Friday. Light snow has been falling south of I-70 since Thursday afternoon and  will spread across the entire region. Some areas from Terre Haute to Columbus have already received 1-2″ of snow, mainly on grassy areas. The heaviest snow will continue to fall overnight and up to 1/2″ will accumulate in Indianapolis by Friday morning.

A mid-level, warm layer of air, will cause our snow to change to a freezing drizzle, light snow mix after midnight.  The freezing drizzle will cause a light glaze of ice.  Our wintry mix will end by lunchtime Friday and temperatures will warm into the 30s Friday afternoon.

Central Indiana will go from Winter to Spring this weekend. A warm front will move north of the state Saturday and highs will warm into the 50s. T-storms are likely as the front passes and some of storms will pack gusty winds. Up to an inch of rain is likely Saturday. A cold front will move across the state Sunday and temperatures will fall into the 30s Sunday afternoon.

We have a Winter Weather Advisory in effect through 10am Friday.

The heaviest snow will stay south of I-70 overnight.

A mix of freezing drizzle and light snow is likely in Indianapolis for the morning rush hour.

Lows will fall into the 20s overnight.

Light snow will end by 10am Friday.

 

Light snow is likely by Friday morning.

Travel Advisories are in effect for a few counties south of I-70.

Highs will rise above freezing Friday.

Strong storms are likely Saturday afternoon.

Heavy rain will taper off Saturday night.

Up to an inch of rain is likely this weekend.

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