From heavy rain to scattered snow showers

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Heavy rain fell across Central Indiana for the first half of the day.  Showers will continue this afternoon but the heaviest showers have ended and activity will be a little more spotty for the rest of the day.  Here’s a look at our rainfall totals as of 1:30 PM.

Rainfall_totals

Light rain showers will continue this afternoon and up through this evening as temperatures stay warm enough to keep precipitation liquid.  A rain/snow mix will start developing in our northern counties later this evening and continue overnight.  Eventually all of Central Indiana will be cold enough to see snow showers, but the majority of us will have to wait until Wednesday.

RPM_ADI

Radar prediction by 10 PM

Snowfall chances will be in the forecast from Wednesday through Friday this week.  But these will be occasional snow showers will no one good shot of heavy snow coming in with this system.  I set the weather model below to go out 48 hours and the snowfall amounts don’t look too impressive.  Another thing to consider this week is the temperature.  We’ll be at or even above the freezing mark at times and this will limit how much of this snow will even stick.  Obviously, the numbers below are subject to change as the next model runs come in this evening.

Snowfall Forecast CITIES

Snowfall potential over the next two days

 

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