INDIANAPOLIS — Snow totals from Friday were relatively light for most of the area with the highest coming from New Castle of 2.5". Indianapolis picked up 1.8" with most locations reporting less than 1.5".
We will continue to be influenced by an upper level system, keeping snow bursts in the forecast through the weekend. Another round of snow is pushing in our direction from northern Illinois. Expect this next round to become widespread after lunchtime.
Scattered snow showers continue this evening and overnight.
Another round of widespread snow will be likely through Sunday afternoon as temperatures hold steady again near freezing.
This system will eventually pull to the east, and snow showers will taper off close to midnight.
This won't be a major snowfall accumulation event, with most places seeing up to 1" -- locally higher amounts within heavier snow bands.