Live Doppler 13 Weather Forecast - 1/12/18 Late Evening Update


The winter storm that brought freezing rain, sleet and snow to central Indiana is moving east. A strong north wind 20-30 mph will cause some blowing and drifting snow. Watch those east/west roads. The secondary roads, side streets and your neighborhoods might still be ice and snow covered, so allow extra travel time this weekend. The gusty winds will also bring wind chills to subzero levels overnight and early Saturday, as low temperatures fall into the teens.

The steady snow locally has ended, but watch for lake effect snow overnight and on Saturday across the northern part of Indiana.

Saturday will be breezy and cold and only near 20 degrees. As skies clear Saturday night, temperatures fall into the single digits by Sunday morning. Sunday will be partly cloudy and near 20 degrees.

A fast moving weather system will bring another round of snow to central Indiana late Sunday into Monday. Accumulations are expected and we will keep you updated on how much to expect this weekend.

Arctic air will follow the snow early next week, as we go back below zero Monday night and maybe Tuesday night too. Highs on Tuesday will only be in the single digits.