Man, imagine if all this rain was snow! We would already have about 6 inches in some spots!!! The tail end of the rain is moving into central Indiana currently, 9:50 PM. The below freezing temps are just behind that. There is about a 300 mile dry slot of no snow, but new models are showing the area rebuilding with snow... The back side of the low is currently dropping a lot of snow in Iowa and Missouri, and that is what is headed for us. This will arrive midday tomorrow, Sunday, and we could see an additional 2-4", but measuring it will be difficult with the winds starting to pick up later tomorrow night between 20-30 mph with gusts close to 40 mph. This is the reason the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Sunday into midday Monday. Roads will be very dicey in the country and open areas so use caution. At this point, I think it is likely that a lot of kids may get to sleep in on Monday. I will be doing reports overnight into tomorrow morning with video updates on our homepage of the website. So when you wake up in the morning you will have a good idea of what to expect. Well, time for the news, have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael
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