60s to Snow - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog


We will have lots of dry time this morning and afternoon before a strong storm system moves over the Great Lakes this evening.

Look for a mix of sun and clouds as winds pick up this afternoon warming temperatures into the 55-60° range through the state.

Rain showers become widespread beginning at 5 p.m. on the western side of the state, moving into the Indianapolis metro area between 7 and 8 p.m.

Rain will continue through the overnight with temperatures falling fast. The rain will mix with snow early Monday morning with a few snow showers likely through the morning commute.

A few lingering light snow showers are possible through the day with highs rebounding only into the mid 30s Monday afternoon with 35-40 mph wind gusts making it feel much colder.

The colder air takes over around 6am from northwest to southeast -- rain begins to change to snow from South Bend of Lafayette at this time.

By 9am, most of the rain will have a changed over to snow, or at least mixing with snow. Slick spots will continue to develop, especially north.

Very little if any accumulation is expected, but slick spots are possible.

Snow moves out late Monday as cold, arctic air settles in.

Low temperatures by Tuesday morning fall into the teens with single digit wind chills. We'll only rebound into the upper 20s for highs Tuesday afternoon.

Sunshine returns Wednesday, but it stays cold with highs only in the lower 30s.

We're monitoring a potential weather system that looks to bring in a wintry mix late Thursday night into Friday morning. This would be a light system.

Check back for updates if you have plans around this time.