INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Temperatures stay above the expanded forecast, well below average, with several snow chances for the coming week.
Bitter cold temperatures during the day with mostly cloudy skies. Highs didn’t hit mid-teen this afternoon, with the wind chill barely rising above zero in many places.
A weak wave moving late into the night should provide a few isolated snow showers with very little accumulation. The snow should be gone long before people go to work and school on Monday morning.
The lows fall to the upper single digit and lower teens.
Dry and cold start to the day with mostly cloudy skies. Another system will run through Monday afternoon, bringing widespread snow to the area for evening commutes. The accumulation looks like the greatest amounts are 2 to 4 inches in much of central Indiana.
The highs are reached in the mid-1920s.
Tuesday should be a dry day before another round of snow showers sets in on Wednesday and Thursday, which could add more accumulation to the state. Another significant dash of arctic air will set in for the end of the week, with teenage highs for Friday and into the weekend and possible lows below zero.