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Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog: Winter storm largely bypasses central Indiana

Central Indiana will stay about 100 miles away from the backside of measurable snow associated with the major system impacting the southeastern United States.

INDIANAPOLIS — Central Indiana will stay about 100 miles away from the backside of measurable snow associated with the major system impacting the southeastern United States today. 

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For Indiana, that means plenty of sunshine today as temperatures rebound to the mid-30s.

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This impactful storm system will track northeast Sunday evening, pushing snow into far southeastern Indiana, northern Kentucky and Ohio.

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There is still a chance to see some light snow in central Indiana, though. This occurs as light snow showers fill in on the backside of this storm system overnight, possibly creating slippery spots on roads and especially elevated surfaces, bridges, and overpasses across the state through Monday morning.

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We'll then settle into a more tranquil weather pattern as this storm system departs to our east and dry weather returns. It stays cold on Monday with highs near 32. We won't be as cold with highs in the low 40s on Tuesday.

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