INDIANAPOLIS — We have several weather systems set to impact central Indiana over the next few days. The first is moving through this morning with a wintry mix for areas south of I-70 and light snow north. Little to no accumulation is expected but slippery conditions on untreated surfaces will be possible.
This system exits around lunchtime with skies remaining cloudy through the day as temperatures recover to the low to mid 30s. It stays cloudy overnight with steady temperatures in the low 30s.
Our second, more impactful system arrives just after the morning rush hour Monday with a sleet/freezing rain set-up along and north of I-70 and rain south on the "warm side" of a warm front. Precipitation changes to mainly rain in the Indy metro as temperatures climb into the mid to upper 30s in the afternoon with a snow/sleet mix continuing for areas north.
This system will wrap-up late Monday evening into the early morning hours on Tuesday. Light ice accumulations will be possible along and north of the I-70 corridor with light snow accumulations north.
Lingering snow showers will be possible to the northern tier of the state through Tuesday.
A third system will again bring snow changes starting Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Light snow accumulations will again be possible. We bring back sunshine and a more quiet weather pattern starting Thursday.
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