STATEWIDE–Cold temperatures, rain, and some light snow will appear in parts of Indiana Saturday.
The system will roll through Saturday afternoon.
“Highs are looking to be in the low 40s. It will start off as rain and then as we get more into the evening hours, we might get a little more of a rain-snow mix. We’ve been so warm lately that we’re not really looking at too much accumulation, maybe some trace accumulations here and there,” says National Weather Service in Indianapolis Meteorologist Aaron Updike.
Updike says the wintry mix will likely stick around more in the evening into the overnight hours Saturday and be gone by Sunday.
“It’s going to be in the northern part of the state, primarily. There’s a little chance of any accumulation south of I-70. Up towards Kokomo and Lafayette is where the best chance of accumulation is, but even then, we’re not looking at a lot of accumulation,” Updike says.
Then it warms up next week.
“We have a small chance for some precipitation on Tuesday and then another system will move in Thursday into Friday, but we’ll have warming temperatures,” says Updike.
The high temperatures for many cities and towns in Indiana will be 50 degrees or higher for the majority of next week.
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