Tracking light wintry mix this morning; heavier rain arriving soon

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(Dec. 4, 2014) - Pockets of freezing rain and drizzle are being tracked on radar southwest of Indianapolis.  So far, roads look good here locally but a few spots could become icy by mid-morning, as temperatures remain below 32 degrees.  We will continue to watch closely, as no advisories are active as this time.

Small rain chances remain for today before a much larger push of heavier rain arrives on Friday.

Expect a soggy Friday headed our way, especially from Indianapolis and points south!  Most rain should be ending by midday Saturday with some sunshine returning.

Early rainfall estimates could easily top an inch of rain by Saturday morning for the city and south of I-70.

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