INDIANAPOLIS – If you were looking forward to some snow this weekend, you might have to go south.
While it looks like the temperatures will have a winter-like feel – the chance that snow will fall in central Indiana has decreased dramatically since the original models came out on Monday.
In Indianapolis, we may not even see any white stuff at all and in parts of southern Indiana they’ll be lucky to see an inch.
Models from earlier this week suggested a winter storm could pass through central Indiana leaving behind several inches of snow. As the week progressed, that system took a dip and continued on a downward trend.
As of Wednesday the potential for snowfall through much of central Indiana was looking bleak and by Thursday afternoon any hopes that we would see anything worth noting were almost completely gone.
We won't completely dodge the winter-like weather though; temperatures this weekend are likely to still be below freezing and could hit the upper teens in the overnight hours.
Although the weekend forecast is getting clearer, there’s still some potential this could change.
Check back with this story and RTV6 News on the air over the next 48 hours for an updated forecast.
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