Track shifts south, snow-rain chance now is low

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Track of storm has shifted south

Snow chances for Sunday appear to be fading fast as I am hopeful for a more southerly track of a gulf low as cold air arrives on Sunday morning.  Within the last 24 hours we have gone from  having a decent shot at a snow and icing event to model data mostly showing us dry through this time period.  Things could potentially change but as of now it appears that this state, and even Kentucky for those traveling, should be snow and ice free.

Temperatures are still set to dip on Sunday with a morning cold front diving


Temps won’t be as warm today as yesterday. It may feel better though

in.  The front will pass through around 10a here in Indianapolis and temperatures will likely go down for the rest of the day.  Highs for Sunday could be reached first thing in the morning.  Sunday highs will likely fail to reach the mid-30s.  Highs today will be seasonal *(avg indy high: 51°)  and in the 50s.

This weekend is just the first leg of the roller coaster that is our weather over the next 7 days.  Next Friday will likely be the warmest day of the week with highs topping the 60s.  The first day of spring on Thursday will be one of the coolest with highs in the low 40s.

While temperatures are up and down there won’t be much variation with if it’s going to snow or rain or shine.  We are only forecasting one decent chance for snow over the next 7 days and that will be on Wednesday.  At this point it looks like it will be all rain.

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