INDIANAPOLIS — A large winter storm system will move over the Plains and Midwest. While this system will bring us a light amount of snow, most of the major impacts will remain to our south. Heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain will be a part of the wintery system but Indiana will only be clipped by the system on the front end and then again on the back end.
A few light snow showers will be possible late this evening into Saturday morning. The best chance of light snow will be in west central Indiana. Only a half inch or less of snow will be possible. Temperatures overnight will fall into the low 20s.
Saturday will start off cloudy with a gradual clearing to some sunshine by afternoon. It will be breezy with gusts around 20 mph. Afternoon highs will only climb into the upper 20s.
With clear skies Saturday night, temperatures will tumble into the mid teens Sunday morning.
Sunday will be mostly sunny. Afternoon highs will climb into the low 30s. A few snow showers will be possible Sunday afternoon, mainly in east central Indiana.
Snow total accumulation this weekend will be a half inch or less.
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