INDIANAPOLIS — As our quiet weather pattern continues, the lack of snow is really starting to show up in the record books.
The "snow season" is described as the period of time from July to the following July to include all snow events, even ones outside the typical "winter" months. So far this season, Indianapolis has recorded 2.70" although many locations have seen much more outside the official measurement at the Indianapolis International Airport, where records are kept.
This puts us in a fairly large deficit of 7.5" so far this season.
As far as any snow chances looking ahead, the best chance remains well to our south across parts of Texas and into Louisiana and Mississippi. Our best chance to see any snow will come Friday evening with a few stray snow showers across northern Indiana.