…PATCHY FREEZING FOG OVERNIGHT
…WINTER STORM WATCH SATURDAY
…ARCTIC COLD SUNDAY
Cloudy skies and temps in the upper 20s are expected overnight. Freezing fog is a possibility into Friday morning. Watch for slick conditions with temps below freezing.
The all familiar clouds will dominate the sky Friday, but we stay dry. Temps climb above freezing into the middle 30s.
All eyes on the weekend. WINTER STORM WATCH SATURDAY!
Snow will overspread the area Saturday morning. Freezing rain may mix with snow just south of I-70. Rain is likely early in the day for the southern third of the state.
Snowfall potential from Terre Haute to Indy and Richmond is in the 3"- 5" range with isolated higher amounts. North of Indianapolis, snowfall potential increases. Amounts of 4" - 6" with locally higher amounts are expected. From Bloomington to Columbus south snow may accumulate up to 3".
Strong wind will be a complicating factor during the snow. Gusts over 30 mph are expected. Visibility will be greatly reduced as a result.
The coldest air of the season arrives Sunday. An arctic blast will keep temps in lower teens Sunday and push low temps below zero Monday morning. Wind chill temps well below zero are also part of the equation.
Friday: Sunrise: 8:03 AM Sunset: 5:48 PM
Overnight: Cloudy – Freezing Fog Potential. Low: 28
Friday: Patchy Fog Early. Mostly Cloudy. High: 35
Saturday: Snow (Heavy At Times) – Period of Frz. Rain. Very Windy. High: 32
Sunday: Very Cold, Windy and Partly Cloudy. High: 15
Sunday Night: Partly Cloudy. Low: -1
Monday: Partly Sunny – Very Cold. High: 18