Another Snowstorm Headed Toward State

Second Wave Of Snow Could Hit Monday Night

Another winter storm is targeting Indiana, just days after a storm system dumped up to 9 inches of snow on parts of central Indiana.

The National Weather Services issued a winter storm watch from late Monday night through early Wednesday for the entire state.

More than 6 inches of snow is possible in central Indiana, unwelcome news for road crews who are still battling the last storm.

6News Meteorologist Todd Klaasen said two areas of low pressure, one across the northern plains and the other across the desert southwest, will come together and track just south of Indiana, bringing snow starting Monday night and continuing through Tuesday night.

The weather service said wind gusts in excess of 30 mph could create significant blowing and drifting snow.

Forecasters are hedging their bets on this storm system, because there's considerable uncertainty about the timing of the storm and the specific amounts of snow that it could drop.

Temperatures will not be an issue with this storm. It will be well below freezing through the forecast period.

Snow is expected to be heavy at times during the day on Tuesday, when the bulk of the accumulating snow is expected to move through the state.

Stay with Storm Team 6 and TheIndyChannel.com for the latest winter weather information.