11pm Update: Indianapolis set a single-day snow record with two inches of snow. 1-3″ of snow has fallen this evening and snow has ended across western Indiana. Snow will continue through 3am but pavement temperatures will be warm enough to prevent major travel problems. There would be enough snow to set records for the date.
The average low temperature this time of year is 44 degrees. For the next two nights, near record lows will be possible with temperatures below freezing. A Freeze Warning will be in effect for central Indiana from 10 p.m. Tuesday through 10 a.m. Wednesday. A Freeze Watch will be in effect from late Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Sunny skies will return for Thursday and Friday with highs in the 50s. Our next chance for rain will come Saturday.
Here are the snowfall records for the next 48 hours.
Snow will spread across all of central Indiana by 7 p.m.
Snow will accumulate this evening.
Snow will taper off after 2 a.m.
The heaviest snow will fall east of U.S. 31.
A Freeze Warning is in effect overnight.
Low will be in the 20s tonight.
A Freeze Watch is in effect for Wednesday night through Thursday morning.
Expect near record cold for the next two days.