Flurries and pockets of light snow continue as we begin our Friday morning! In the overnight, some areas received a dusting of snow. Out in eastern/southeastern Indiana, snow totals ranged from 1" to 2" since yesterday evening. It is still quite slick in spots and some caution will be needed out-the-door, along with a few school delays.
By this afternoon, flurries will taper and some peeks of sun will be available, as highs only warm to lower to middle 30s. A steady, light breeze will add to the chill, but the brighter skies should help to ease the cold at times.
This evening should be dry and fairly quiet through midnight! Overnight, a new band of snow will arrive from the west. This will bring light snow chances through Saturday morning with accumulations. It appears an inch or less for downtown, with possibly a band of 1" to 2" across our southern counties. This will mark our third morning in a row of slick conditions.
Sunday will bring a brief period of wintry mix by the afternoon before switching quickly to all rain! Pattern stays busy, but a break is coming by Monday afternoon.