Morning snow will diminish by late morning. The biggest amounts will remain north and northeast of Indianapolis, with a couple of inches from Kokomo over to Muncie. Two inches was reported in Kokomo, and three inches in Yorktown, near Muncie.
Winds will get gusty again by afternoon, up to 35 mph. Blowing snow could become a problem once more, especially in rural areas.
The morning snow is connected with a push of warmer (relatively and briefly) air that should put Bloomington and Terre Haute around 40 this afternoon as a warm front gets close. The rest of central Indiana should make the mid to upper 30s.
Our second front of the day is the much-advertised Arctic front that will arrive this evening, with another wave of snow. About an inch is possible anywhere in Central Indiana.
Temps tumble to single digits by Monday morning drive. They’ll have trouble getting above zero Tuesday. Some relief arrives Wednesday, and at least we’re not looking for any new snow for a three day period. That chance returns Thursday, and again Friday night. Snow or rain is possible Saturday.
Today’s the anniversary of the peak of THAT STORM. Click here to read the story of the Blizzard of 78.