A Winter Weather Advisory continues until 7:00 a.m. as a result of freezing drizzle and freezing fog. Roads all across central Indiana are icy and numerous accidents have been reported.
The icy glaze took less than five minutes to build up Sunday night. Untreated and/or elevated surfaces and roads are icy, and will likely stay that way well into Monday morning.
Unfortunately temperatures will not budge much under thick overcast skies Monday, and highs again will be in the mid/upper 20s.
Latest data continues to put snow in play late Monday night into pre-dawn Tuesday morning along and south of I-70.
NOT SET IN STONE due to uncertainty in the track, but there is "potential" within the zone of snow for 1″ to 2″ accumulation. It's too early to say where that snow band will track, but understand that the Tuesday morning commute could slick for some. Right now, we're leaning toward the southern third of the state.
Single digit lows are likely both Wednesday and Thursday morning.
Highs Thursday will struggle to climb above 20 degrees. Confidence is high on precipitation next weekend, but whether it's snow or a rain/snow mix is to be determined. Stay tuned for updates and please be safe if you have to travel.