Tracking snow and your travel forecast…

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Dry, cold weather to start this Monday morning, as clouds are now on the increase across Indiana!  Not much sunshine should be expected today, while flurry chances begin to increase from the west and northwest…It appears that the best chances of light, steadier snow showers with perhaps a light covering in spots will arrive tonight and through early Tuesday morning.

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Your Planner

Tomorrow a southern storm will be on the move toward the east coast too.  It appears that it may make a brief appearance to southeastern Indiana by the afternoon with very, very light accumulations!  Bottom-line, I’m not impressed with this system doing much in the terms of snow here…but it will impact parts of Ohio, Kentucky and points east through Wednesday!  Here is the scene by tomorrow afternoon:

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Southern Storm

I actually think that any travel problems we may incur locally would be on Wednesday and even those would be very limited!  The combination of stronger northern winds, colder temperatures and a “troughy” pattern should be enough to get the lake-effect snow machine up and running!  This could create brief but intense snow showers, creating isolated slick spots and reduced visibilities.  So with all this said, flurries and snow showers from today through Wednesday with little to no accumulation.  Check out our extended forecast for Thursday and beyond…

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Extended Forecast