The active winter weather pattern remains in place with at least a chance for rain and or snow on each day through next Tuesday. Tonight’s chance for snow isn’t going to be a good one but some flurries and light snow will be possible as another clipper low drops in from the northwest. This low will be moving into a ridge of high pressure and the drier and more stable air will likely mean that any snow showers that roll through will be weakening. Model data still shows we could see up to about a half inch of snow in some places. The best chance for snow will be to the west of Indianapolis.
Overnight lows will only dip to near freezing before we see a nice little warm-up on Friday. Friday highs should hit 50 degrees in the city. Rain chances return on Friday
afternoon after 6pm with light rain possible through 3am on Saturday. At this point it doesn’t look like there will be any snow during the Friday to Saturday event. Cold air returns on Saturday with an afternoon high near 40.
Rain chances move to South Indiana on Sunday. They return on Monday with rain changing over to snow for Tuesday. Another half inch of snow could be possible on Tuesday. Over the next 7 days we are forecasting a high of 50 degrees only once. The average high for this time of the year is 50 degrees so we are clearly locked in a cold pattern. At this point it doesn’t look like it will break before the end of the month.