Here’s a map of the Winter Weather Advisory for central Indiana from 1pm-1am late tonight. It now appears colder air could filter faster into the state, and snow *could* start accumulating by mid to late afternoon. Two to four inches could accumulate in this zone. One to two inches could accumulate in the Indy metro area, and in the counties along I-70. South of that, an inch or less is expected.
To the north of that, a Winter Storm Watch is in place, for expected totals ranging from three to six inches.
Accumulating snow should end pretty quickly around midnight tonight, and the next chance for white stuff is Friday.