NOTE: This is the little forecast “blurb” that I use to put on the home page here on the JCTV Weather Center website this forecast “blurb” will now be posted here on the blog instead from here on out! Thanks – K.D.
The 30s look to stick around for Southern Indiana the next two days. Not much sun in sight as the clouds will be sticking around and with that we could also see some snow showers. This looks to be mainly late tonight and into tomorrow morning with accumulation totals of only a trace of an inch, although slightly higher accumulation totals are possible of up to a half of an inch for some throughout Southern Indiana and that is if you wind up with one of the heavy pockets of snow over your area as this round of snow moves through. So that in mind travel impacts maybe be possible late tonight into Wednesday morning they will be minor and likely limited to elevated surfaces, bridges, and overpasses. Anything snow that does stick will likely try to melt off by lunch time Wednesday thus any travel impacts should be little if any by then. Looking ahead to Thursday another round of light snow showers will try to push through light accumulation possible again minor travel impacts may be possible within this but should be nothing major as highs on Thursday will top out in the mid 40s.
Tonight: Winds W- 5mph. Snow showers possible late tonight – 50% Chance. Lows in the lower 30s
Wednesday: Winds WSW – 11mph. AM Flurries – 30% Chance should see those taper off by the afternoon leaving us with cloudy skies for the remainder of the day. Highs in the mid 30s.
Wednesday Night: Winds SSW – 6mph. Skies begin to clear out before cloud begin increase again on Friday. Overnight lows in the upper 20s.