A winter weather advisory is in effect for all of central Indiana from early Thursday morning until early Friday morning as another storm system targets the state.Snowfall accumulations are expected to range from 3 to 6 inches across central Indiana, with the heavier amounts expected south of Indianapolis. Track: Interactive Radar | Watches, Warnings A low-pressure system will sweep by to the south of the region, giving the area another burst of snow that could begin piling up by the morning rush hour.Snow should begin by around 4 a.m. Thursday in central Indiana.Light to moderate snow is expected to continue falling through Thursday afternoon, with accumulating snow ending by evening.Road conditions are expected to become difficult before the Thursday morning rush. The Indiana Department of Transportation and Indianapolis Department of Public Works plan to have full crews out to battle the storm.A winter storm warning will go into effect for far southern Indiana, where snowfall totals could be higher.After the storm passes, an Arctic blast will invade Indiana. High temperatures on Friday are expected in the teens, with blustery winds.Wind chills are expected to dip below zero on Thursday night through Saturday morning.Over the weekend, temperatures will rebound a bit, but highs are expected to be in the 20s, below average.A few chances of snow showers will linger in the forecast into the early part of next week. Stay with 6News and TheIndyChannel.com for the latest winter weather information.