Flurries possible tonight and colder air invades

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shelbyville2Flooding still remains a problem this afternoon across many towns in central Indiana.  Some of our rivers, creeks and streams have crested and water levels are starting to recede.  But there are some flooding hot spots like Franklin, Anderson, Pendleton, Shelbyville and many more towns where waters are still high and those spots many not see waters receding until Monday afternoon.  For the latest on river levels, head to this link: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ind

Temperatures will dip tonight into the mid 20s with cloudy skies and the chance for some flurries or isolated pockets of light snow.  No accumulating snow is expected as the ground is too saturated!

Meteogram tomorrow Temperatures will barely budge on Monday, hovering in the mid 20s for most of the day.  At the most, we are talking about high near 30-32° across the state.  We’ll start to see a few more rays on sunshine between the clouds later Monday afternoon.  But that loss in cloud cover will help bring about a cold night.  Temperatures drop to 10° by Tuesday morning.

Tuesday is shaping up to be a very cold day.  Temperatures will only reach the 20 degree mark, if we are lucky to even get that warm!  Skies will be partly cloudy throughout the day.

Christmas day will be partly cloudy and temperatures will increase to 33°F for the afternoon hours.  There appears to be a weak wave pushing through the state later that afternoon and evening and it could result in a passing snow shower.  That snowfall chance will linger into early Thursday morning. But at this point, the amount of moisture is very small with this wave and a tenth of an inch or less of snow will fall, let alone stick.