Slick spots may develop overnight as light, wintry mix arrives Wednesday morning

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(Dec. 9, 2014)–Afternoon temperatures were in the upper 30s and low 40s across Indiana with drizzle and flurries in spots. Over the next few hours we’ll continue to see drizzle and limit visibility.

3 p.m. temps

As we head into 8 p.m., temperatures will dip to the mid-30s and models show some light moisture continuing. Temperatures will fall close to freezing by 11 p.m. and whatever moisture is out there will be in the form of flurries or light freezing drizzle. Some slick spots may develop, mainly on bridges and overpasses as we head toward Wednesday morning.


You can see the futurecast model showing a mainly cloudy sky for the Wednesday morning commute but don’t be surprised if you see some flurries or light freezing drizzle through about 10 a.m. Thereafter, expect a mostly cloudy sky.

FOX Futurecast

We’ll have a dry period from Thursday through the weekend with temperatures warming in the low to mid-50s. The next chance of rain will be next Monday. A cold front moves in Tuesday allowing a drop in temperatures and a slight chance of wintry mix of rain and snow.

7-day forecast

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