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Overnight snow creates slick roads

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A man had to cut out his car after it rolled near Camby. A man had to cut out his car after it rolled near Camby.
INDIANAPOLIS -

The leading edge of light snow is moving through central Indiana overnight.  There will be some minor accumulations.  Around Indianapolis, up to an inch of snow is possible.  There will be slightly higher totals possible south, but still only 1-2 inches. 

At 2:50 Tuesday morning, a half inch had fallen at the Indianapolis International Airport, with an inch on the ground further south at Franklin.

County dispatchers reported some traffic incidents.

One 47-year-old man lost control of his car behind the Walmart near the Hendricks-Marion county line and rolled over.  He was extricated by emergency personnel and taken to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

Nine school systems south of Indianapolis called off classes Tuesday.  Nearly 30 more delayed the start of school.

This is a weak, fast moving weather system.  Even a little bit of snow may cause some slick roads overnight and through the morning drive to work and school on Tuesday. 

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Skies will start to clear Tuesday afternoon, but it will be cold with highs in the 20s.  A few more flurries or snow showers are possible on Wednesday, but no accumulation is expected.  We are expecting a push of arctic air mid-week.

Temperatures by early Thursday will be in the single digits.  We are tracking a developing weather system for the end of the week and the weekend.  Right now this looks like another accumulating snow event and we will keep you updated.

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