More snow heads to Central Indiana Saturday.
Some counties in our area are already operating under a Travel Advisory. Those counties include Carroll, Jasper and Pulaski.
News 18 Chief Meteorologist Chad Evans said it will be a cold in the over night hours. He said temperatures will be near 10 degrees, but with wind chills it will feel more like 4 below zero.
“The clipper will arrive Saturday. Snow will move in early afternoon, peak in the evening and exit Saturday night. Accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are expected,” said Evans.
He added that breezy conditions will start on Saturday night, but the strongest winds will be Sunday with gusts up to 35 mph. Even though the snowfall will have stopped, this will cause major concerns with blowing and drifting.
“I expect the windy conditions may even continue into Monday,” said Evans.
He said that data shows the next clipper is speeding up. Evans expects it to likely get here by Monday with minor accumulation.
“An Arctic blast will follow it, with lows below zero by mid-next week,” said Evans.
Indiana residents are beginning to ask themselves; when will it all end? Hang tough Hoosiers, winter officially ends March 19, or at least it does on the calendar.