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Sean Ash
Forecast updated at Feb 20th, 2019 - 1:50pm (EST)

We've wrapped up the latest batch of wintry weather in Central Indiana with a slushy 1" to 3" snow accumulation, heavy rain down state that included some flooding, and lingering freezing drizzle/icing in far northern Indiana.

Drizzle and fog blanket the region at this hour and we're expecting a steadier period of rain to emerge this afternoon/early evening. Visibility at times nears zero and locally dense fog continues overnight into Thursday morning.

Temperatures creep to near 40° this afternoon then fall to near 30° Thursday morning... with slick spots possible. Thursday and Friday look rather gray and gloomy with fog and drizzle at times.

We're still on target for a warm-up, albeit brief, this weekend as temperatures climb to 60°+ late Saturday and very early Sunday (prior to 4 AM). The trade-off with the warmth is a high chance of rain and thunderstorms... possibly some severe storms Saturday night. In addition, flooding rain amounts in excess of one inch seem likely between Saturday 7 AM and Sunday 7 AM as the ground remains saturated.

A sharp cold front drops temperatures quickly by the time you wake Sunday and wind gusts over 40 mph develop as this storm system intensifies over Lake Michigan - Sean Ash

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