What to expect as winter storm arrives in Indiana

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Now through noon:  Expect snow to slowly pick up but roads should remain pretty decent through lunch due to mild temperatures and lack of traffic…1 to 3 inches on the ground for city by lunch

Noon to sunset:  Snow begins to intensify with rates of an inch an hour by mid-afternoon and travel begins to slow…snow begins to become more powdery as temps cool and winds increase…

WORST OF WEATHER COMES FROM 5 p.m. Sunday and lasts through Tuesday due to hazardous roads and extreme cold.

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Snow totals for event:

City, I-70 and points north: 8-13”

South of I-70…snow, rain mix with most southern counties not getting accumulation until late afternoon:  3-8”

Look for more updates throughout the day.

Check travel watches and advisories

See area closings and delays

Check airport delays and cancellations

INDOT road conditions