Expect a 3-7″ of wet snow along and north of the I-74 corridor, starting late today.
The snow will be most intense this evening after 7:00 p.m.
If you must travel keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in the vehicle.
A snow and rain mix will spread into central Indiana from southwest to northeast this afternoon.
By 6:00 PM precipitation will be mainly snow along and north of I-74.
LOCAL TWITTER WEATHER FOLKS
Winter Storm Warning issued for large portion of the @FOX59 viewing area. (North of #Indy) >> Expect a heavy, wet snow this evening and tonight. Highest snow totals are possible over our northern/northeastern counties. #INwx @theWXauthority
— Amber Hardwick (@AHardwickWx) January 30, 2021
A Winter Weather Advisory begins at 4pm along I-74. Winter Storm Warning begins at 4pm north of Indy. TOTAL accumulations by Monday AM expected in the 4"-8" range across the Warning, 3"-5" in the Advisory, and a coating to 3" SW. Totals quickly drop as you travel SW. @wrtv #INwx pic.twitter.com/ihlZI5HPPa
— Kyle Mounce (@kylemounce) January 30, 2021
WINTER STORM TONIGHT
Main system arrives ~4 PM w/ rain transitioning to snow. Heaviest snow/worst road conditions will be through 12 AM.
Warmer air moves into metro changing snow back into rain overnight.
— Lindsey Monroe (@LindseyWTHR13) January 30, 2021
— Marcus Bailey (@marcusbailey) January 30, 2021
Most of central and northern Indiana could see heavy snowfall throughout the next 24 hours. Take precautions now to stay.https://t.co/oY1KFbuKOA has preparedness tips to help keep you safe during winter storms. Check them out and share with your friends and family! #INwx pic.twitter.com/e9lOkHJvYj
— Indiana Homeland Security (@IDHS) January 30, 2021
With winter weather on the way, follow @IndySnowForce for updates on response and driving conditions.
— Mayor Joe Hogsett (@IndyMayorJoe) January 30, 2021
Don't get too salty 🧂 but with forecasts calling for a mix of winter weather this weekend, we'll have 80 drivers out pre-treating roadways starting at 11 a.m. tomorrow! ❄️💪 #TGIF
So far this winter, we've used 15,000 tons of salt with more than 12,000 still on hand. 💯 pic.twitter.com/5C6J4WgFUZ
— Indy Snow Force (@IndySnowForce) January 29, 2021
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