Morning snow ends; sunshine and milder for the upcoming weekend

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Areas of light snow will continue to wind down by mid-morning (8 a.m.), as sunshine builds in from the north to south. Zero accumulation expected with temperatures too warm, but another sad reminder that winter just won't let go!

On the other hand, it will be a much brighter afternoon, while temperatures steadily climb into the lower 50s (average high: 65°), so a decent recovery expected. Breezy conditions will persist but nothing as gusty as Wednesday's 35-45 mph winds!

Skies clear this evening and a frosty night is ahead, along with another FREEZE WARNING for central Indiana until 9 a.m. Friday. Additional sunshine and a dry stretch will take hold for the weekend! Enjoy...

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