STATEWIDE–Some parts of Indiana are supposed to get snow over the next couple of days.
“Places north and east of Indianapolis would have the best chances of seeing snow,” said Chad Swain, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Swain says there won’t be severe weather, but temperatures will continue to drop.
“They will be just above freezing tonight. Saturday night, temperatures will fall to just below freezing, so if you have any plants that you want to keep alive, you may want to cover them up or bring them inside,” said Swain.
The entire state can expect to see some precipitation Friday and Saturday.
“Further south, they won’t see much in the way of snow or sleet, but it will still be cold and damp in most places,” said Swain.
It warms up starting Sunday.
“On Sunday, high temperatures will get up into the 60s. We’ll be back into the 70s on Monday and Tuesday and possibly into Wednesday,” said Swain.
There could be more rain next week too, but it is too early to tell how much.