STATEWIDE–Snow is expected to continue to fall periodically across Indiana throughout the week, according to the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Most of the state will be dry on Tuesday. Then another system brings winter weather Wednesday.
“On Wednesday, we’re going to see an area of low pressure move through the region (central Indiana) and that’s going to bring chances for some snow mainly on Wednesday afternoon. Chances of snow are around 30-40%,” said Jason Puma, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. “The far southern parts of Indiana will be affected as well, but as you go further north, you have lesser and lesser chances for snow with this system on Wednesday.”
Puma expects around an inch of snow for many places in central Indiana. Things change for Thursday and Friday.
“We got some dry weather and some sunshine for Thursday into Friday, but then we’ll get another round of mixed precipitation possible for Saturday and Sunday,” said Puma.
He said it’s too early to tell the exact amount of snowfall Indiana will get this weekend.
“But regardless of where you are, make sure you drive carefully because most roads across the state are slick with leftover snow and ice,” said Puma.