INDIANAPOLIS - It isn't even officially winter yet, but Indiana is in line to get yet another round of snow Friday night and Saturday morning.
A storm system is again expected develop south of Indiana, bringing in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico to spread snow throughout the region.
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The storm is expected to move into the region late in the day on Friday.
"Models indicate accumulations may be in the range of 2 to 4 inches, with most of this occurring Friday night and Saturday morning," StormTeam 6 meteorologist Ashley Brown said.
It appears that some warmer air will mix in for southern Indiana, so an icy mix is expected in the southern third of the state.
As the storm system moves by Indiana, more cold air will move in, changing most of the precipitation in the state to snow.
Snow showers are expected to linger through Saturday, and below-normal temperatures will remain in place behind the storm system.
The forecast track will come into better focus over the next 24 hours. Any deviation of the predicted storm track would cause a significant change in the forecast.
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