Central Indiana is off to a foggy start, with mild temps in the forecast (for now).
Visibility readings will likely remain below 4 miles for your morning commute. These are the 4am readings.
Temps are starting off in the 30s, we'll warm to the mid to upper 50s today with a mix of sun and clouds and a chance for sprinkles. Winds will gust out of the south up to 20 mph.
Tonight temps remain mild with overnight lows in the upper 40s. Rain will develop late and stick around Wednesday. Scattered showers and even some rumbles of thunder are possible Wednesday.
Thursday is the day we're watching closely, rain turns to sleet and snow as temps fall throughout the day. Friday snow showers are possible with light accumulations. Right now we're looking at 1-2″ of snow… but stay posted that could change as the system continues to develop.
Much colder air moves in for the weekend, with another chance of accumulating snow Sunday.