11pm Update: Expect another 1-3″ of snow overnight.
After receiving a daily record setting 4.3″ of snow on Sunday, round two of winter weather is now coating roads again. As of 10 p.m., we have measured over 2″ of snow in Indianapolis since 2 p.m. this afternoon. Expect an additional 1″ to 3″ overnight. This system will be slightly different, as the snow will be more wet and a rain/snow mix will be expected for our southern counties.
More the two dozen counties are under travel advisories and non-essential driving is highly discouraged. Temperatures will get colder overnight as the wind begins to increase. This will create some drifting and reduce visibility.
Indianapolis has received more than 6″ of snow over the past 48 hours.
Snow will re-develop by 11 p.m.
Several counties are under travel advisories this evening.
A Winter Storm Warning continues for central Indiana overnight.
1″ to 3″ of additional snow is expected in Indianapolis by 7 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Low temperatures will fall into the 20s overnight.
We’ll wake up to a few flurries Tuesday morning.
Highs will be in the 30s Tuesday afternoon.