Freezing fog, freezing rain, sleet and snow over the next 48 hours

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– We’ll have cloudy skies with freezing fog, freezing drizzle and flurries overnight. Drizzle and flurries will continue through the day Wednesday, before a freezing rain/snow mix develops Wednesday night. The wintry mix will continue through the morning rush hour causing icy roads. We could see up to a one inch accumulation with higher amounts north of I-70 through Thursday morning. Our wintry mix will change to rain as temperatures rise Thursday afternoon.

Friday will be a dry day before our next weather system arrives Saturday. Once again we’ll have a weekend with accumulating snow. Depending on the track of that weather system we may see rain and snow showers.

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Temperatures will not be as cold overnight.

Here’s the timeline for the next 48 hours.

Drizzle and flurries are likely Wednesday.

Highs will be above average Wednesday.

Freezing rain, sleet and snow will develop Thursday morning.

The wintry mix will continue through lunchtime.

 

Some accumulation is likely by Thursday morning.

Rain will continue Thursday afternoon.

Snow is likely Saturday.

Snow will continue through Sunday.

Much colder air will be with us this week.

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