INDIANAPOLIS — Our coldest day in over 9 months would be ripe for some snowfall in central Indiana with an approaching upper disturbance providing the needed lift. But latest analysis suggests that a dry layer of air just above the surface will "eat away" at most of the precipitation this evening, causing most of it to evaporate before reaching the ground.
The exception will be occasional flurries and perhaps some pockets of light snow. At this time, it appears southern Indiana has the best chance of seeing a dusting prior to Wednesday morning.
Most roadways should be fine, but we'll continue to monitor for locations that might see steadier light snow. Even a dusting could make untreated roads slick.
This will be a thing of the past quickly with near-record highs just three days from now!