(Via @NWSIndianapolis.) Our latest thoughts are that the timeframe for heavier bursts of snow will be from 4-8 PM with the most widespread snow across west central Indiana. Overall accumulations will be light, but these heavier bands could produce a quick inch of snow. #INwx https://t.co/YhodZT8JvM
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