Light snow across central and southern Indiana Monday Night
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INDIANAPOLIS - A quick-moving weather system brings another chance for snow showers between 11 p.m. and 4 a.m. tonight. This is another southern system, so best snow chances will stay along and south of I-70. Snow totals will range from a trace or dusting just north of Indy to 1.5" along a Bloomington to Columbus line.
Clouds decrease quickly Tuesday, so the focus will be on windy and cold conditions. Our high temperature will reach the mid 20s, but a west wind near 20 mph (with gusts near 25 mph) will make it feel more like the single digits.
Another clipper system brings a few light snow showers to northern parts of the state Wednesday evening. Otherwise, the rest of the week will be cold and quiet.
We are closely watching a system to move in around midnight Friday through Saturday. There remains a large spread in the temperature forecast, which puts into question precipitation type. If the colder side wins out, we could be talking more measurable snow for next weekend.
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy with overnight snow showers, mainly south of I-70...14
Tuesday: Becoming mostly sunny, windy...25
Wednesday: Partly sunny...29
Thursday: Mostly sunny and cold...20
Friday: Increasing clouds...32
Saturday: Cloudy with rain/snow likely...33
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