INDIANAPOLIS — The Live Doppler 13 Weather Team is tracking our first chance of accumulating snow this winter.
The steadiest snow will fall from about 3 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.
The highest snow totals will be across the northern half of the state where there is a winter weather advisory in effect.
The advisory area runs from Lafayette to Anderson and Muncie north.
Stay weather aware and be prepared for snow-covered and slick roads early Sunday.
It will be dry for our Saturday night, with snow arriving after midnight.
In the advisory area, the snowfall potential is 2-3 inches.
Along Interstate 70 the snowfall potential is 1-2 inches. It will be less than an inch for Bloomington and Columbus south.
The steady snow will end by early afternoon.
Another fast-moving weather system arrives early Monday and the drive to work and school could be tricky for the northern half of the state.
The temperature forecast on Monday will also be tricky, with highs in the lower 30s north and the lower 40s south.
Another blast of cold air arrives on Tuesday and will linger through the end of next week. This will mean highs in the 20s on Tuesday and Wednesday.