We have another round of snow on the way to NW Indiana, but this one will be a quick-hit and will be out of here by Sunday morning.
An upper-level low pressure will spin it’s way through southern Indiana into Ohio and gather moisture at the same time. The result will be a blossoming area of snow on radar later today into this evening that will advance northward into Indiana.
This will be another wet snow with temps sitting in the low 30s. This will also prevent us from seeing big problems on area roadways tonight, however some of the snowfall rates could be on the moderate to heavy side briefly as this system slides through the Region.
HOW MUCH WILL FALL?
Not a blockbuster snow by any means. We’re expecting a general coating to a few inches at best. Models have been targeting our southern communities for the higher amounts, but we’ll have to see where the heavier banding develops as this low circulates through the Ohio Valley. Here’s an example of the hodge-podge accumulations all dependent on where the heavier bursts develop. This won’t be an even snowfall for everyone, amounts will vary from community to community.
Snow will move in from the south after sunset, likely towards the later half of the evening. Snow will continue through the early morning hours before quickly ending Sunday morning.
We’ll pass along updates as needed throughout the evening!