After a dry weekend, a couple of shots of light rain and light snow return to parts of Indiana over the next 36 hours. This will not amount to anything significant, but is a sign that winter is not done yet! Early sunshine will be replaced with clouds this afternoon, as temperatures level off in the lower 40s. As a weak wave drops through the state, this should kick out some pockets of light rain (mainly sprinkles) and flurries.
A reinforcing shot of cold for tomorrow should bring additional snow showers with perhaps a light dusting of snow, mainly for the northeastern part of the viewing area. Some lake-effect snows should get going too, as temperatures struggle to reach the middle 30s.
A warming trend will SLOWLY take hold by midweek and should push us above average by Friday and through the upcoming weekend.