Central Indiana is setting up for a winter-like weather pattern through the weekend. Temperatures will remain below average with a chance for rain both days. Our northernmost counties even saw a few snowflakes on Sunday morning.
Saturday offered overcast skies and light rain as the storm system approached the state. A snow/rain mix was possible in the north as temperatures fell through the evening hours.
FOX Futurecast showed a band of snow setting up north of Lafayette and Peru overnight Saturday, which could bring minor snow accumulations north of the FOX59 viewing area. Less than 1” of snow may accumulate for parts of White, Miami and Wabash counties (northernmost counties).
Light, scattered snowfall lingered into Sunday morning in the north while temperatures creep up in Central Indiana. Highs will rise near 40 degrees Sunday afternoon with a high of 42 in Indianapolis. Spotty showers are possible throughout Sunday as skies remain overcast.
The system will begin to exit the area late Sunday with drier air beginning to build back in on Monday. Great news for those traveling for the holiday weekend! There is going to be a long, dry stretch of dry weather through Thanksgiving Day. Temperatures will become milder with highs in the 50s returning on Wednesday.