INDIANAPOLIS–Indiana could have a substantial winter storm beginning late Tuesday, with freezing rain, ice and snow likely.
“Confidence is growing for an impactful winter weather event from Tues Night to Thurs Night. High forecast uncertainty remains regarding timing & intensity of different precipitation types,” Tweeted the National Weather Service of Indianapolis, Sunday.
You can expect rain to begin Tuesday, changing to freezing rain and sleet into early Wednesday. Later in the day Wednesday that is expected to change to snow, with 2 to 4 inches possibly falling before the event is over later Thursday.
In a briefing Sunday evening, the Weather Service stressed that it’s too early to tell for sure which areas would see the biggest impacts.
But, those impacts will likely include dangerous driving conditions because of slick roads.
You are being advised to stay weather aware over the next 24 hours as it becomes more apparent where the impacts will be felt greatest.
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