Wintry Mess Moving Through - Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog

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Another wintry system will impact central Indiana today. Be prepared for slowed travel as slick roadways develop.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect in until 3 p.m. for southern Indiana, included Bloomington, Columbus, Bedford and Greensburg.

Snow is now in southern Indiana and continuing to push northward. A snow/sleet mix will be possible through lunchtime as the moisture lifts northward through the state.

Areas along and north of I-70 will see mainly snow through the afternoon with rain more likely to areas south as temperatures will be just above freezing.

The snow exits the state in the evening as a warm front begins to lift in. Some areas could experience some brief freezing rain during the overnight through morning drive time.

Indianapolis and points north could see snow accumulations up to one inch with areas northeast from Tipton to Kokomo, Marion and Muncie seeing 1-2" of total snow.

The snow that is falling in southern Indiana now will max out around 1" with the potential of 0.1" of ice -- but keep in mind this area from Bloomington over through Nashville and Columbus will warm into the mid to upper 30s with rain this afternoon and most of the snow/ice glaze will melt this afternoon.

Temperatures remain steady in the lower 30s overnight into Monday morning as another round of mainly rain moves back into central Indiana.

Some rain may mix with freezing rain early in the morning -- be on the look out for slick spots during the Monday morning commute.

Pockets of heavy rain continue Monday afternoon with temperatures rebounding into the upper 30s.

A Flood Watch is in effect from Sunday night through Tuesday morning, as an additional 1-2" of rain will be possible.

Scattered rain showers continue through Tuesday as warmer air surges in. High temperatures rebound to the upper 40s before a cold front arrives dropping temperatures into the lower 20s overnight with a brief changeover from rain to snow with any lingering moisture.

We get a dry day Wednesday with highs in the upper 30s before our next weather system brings rain in by Thursday night.

It will be a warmer end to the week with highs back near 50 both Thursday and early Friday.