We started the day with some light rain showers that quickly changed over to large snowflakes in many spots in Central Indiana. The most impressive snowfall returns came in south of Indianapolis to start the day. Bloomington saw some decent snow showers around 9 a.m. The best concentration of snowfall will continue moving just south of the metro and slowly swing into our eastern counties. Circled below on Live Guardian is that heaviest pocket of snow as of 10:50 a.m. and it’s likely path.
Here’s a look the huge snowflakes that fell in Bloomington this morning:
Snowfall chances will get a little bit better for our northern locations late this afternoon and this evening. A steady area of snow showers will result in 1-2″ of snow in our northern locations. This uptick in snowfall activity should last through 10 p.m.
Overall, here is how much snow we can expect by Thursday morning in Central Indiana. Isolated slick spots are possible on the roads, especially in our northern locations. Due to warmer surface temperatures to the south, snowfall will have a more difficult time sticking and accumulating, especially south of Indianapolis.