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Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog: Accumulating snow tonight

A weather system will be bringing snow into the Indy metro by midnight.

INDIANAPOLIS — Our next weather system approaches this evening with a rain/snow mix first moving into the southern tier of the state around 10 p.m. 

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This system lifts northward bringing snow into the Indy metro by midnight. Scattered snow showers then continue overnight with the heaviest of the snow north of I-70.

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Snow showers will begin tapering off around sunrise Sunday. We'll keep cloudy skies and a few flurries around during the day with steady temps in the low to mid 30s.

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This won't be a major snow event with the highest totals between 1" - 2" with isolated spots up to 3" for areas along and north of I-70. We'll see a quick cut-off for areas south with less than 1" possible.

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Be prepared for slippery road conditions and hazardous travel through the morning Sunday.

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