INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --Good Wednesday afternoon! We had sunshine early but clouds quickly moved back in with the approach of an upper-level wave. That wave of energy will provide lift for a few flurries around the area tonight.
We'll get some sunshine in here early Thursday but it will start out cold. Breezy winds will lead to wind chills in the low teens for many.
Thursday should bring a mix of sun and clouds with highs only in the 20s as an arctic front moves through. Winds may gust to 25 mph with wind chills in the teens throughout the day.
We'll bring the coldest air of the season in for Friday with morning lows in the teens. The end of the week will be dry but we're tracking a stronger system that will move in Saturday night. Snow looks to develop across the area Saturday night and it may accumulate into Sunday morning. However, we are monitoring warm air that is being shown on the European model. Warm air may move into the area during the day Sunday and then again Monday, which would limit snow totals as much of the area could see rain. Either way, the system bears watching as models have been consistent with a lot of moisture. Another wave will move in Tuesday with another chance of snow. --Danielle Dozier