Snow accumulation expected with slick conditions before record cold

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A transition from rain to snow will begin this afternoon, while temperatures fall into the middle 30s. Although snow will be falling, most will melt on contact to start, as roads temperatures are too warm and treatment will be laid down by DPW and INDOT (130 trucks total).

By the evening rush hour, snow will still be falling and temperatures will cool below 32°. This should allow from some untreated roads to get slick and wind chills will drop in the teens. Wind gusts too will make for some limited visibility in a more intense snow band but LIMITED in locations.

Tuesday morning will be harsh with wind chills in the subzero range, slick spots and a few flurries and snow showers. I would expect school delays around the state! A few snow showers and breezy, cold winds will continue through the day with sunshine at times. Highs tomorrow only reach around 25°!

Dry weather builds into the weekend and temperatures will moderate back into the 40s.

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