More active weather pattern will bring several chances for snow to central Indiana


So far, January has been a cloudy month. While this is normally the second cloudiest month of the year, we’ve seen only 9% of possible sunshine over the past two weeks. In spite of the clouds, we have avoided extremely cold weather, and temperatures have been above average.

We have only had one 1″ snowfall this season, and we are almost 9″ below average for the season. A more active weather pattern will send several upper level weather systems our way and increase our chances for precipitation.

Rain will develop Thursday evening and change to snow overnight. We’ll have gusty winds and snow showers Friday. Snow showers are in the forecast through Saturday, and light snow may accumulate Sunday.

So far, this has been a cloudy month.

So far this month, we have avoided extremely cold weather.

We have on had one 1″ snowfall this season.

Our seasonal snow is almost 9″ below average.

We’ll have a chance for snow for the next four days.

Rain will develop Thursday evening.

Rain will change to snow by Friday morning.

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