All right, I’ve been putting this off long enough… How about a forecast for Indiana!
At 1253AM, ET, Terre Haute was reporting a temperature of 23 degrees with clear skies. A wave was moving through the Great Lakes, producing a little bit of snow, but generally less than had been originally forecast, and any thought of any accumulating snow in Terre Haute should be put out of mind by now.
A sharp, short wave trough would provide all the makings of a good clipper with a couple inches of snow for most of Indiana, however with a strong jet down in the southern United States intercepting any moisture that would be available for this feature, it will simply make for a breezy night. The sharp trough will shift eastward and the flow will become a bit more zonal in Terre Haute. The warm up won’t be dramatic, but it will be there by Sunday.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with some sun late and a very isolated flurry early. High 33, Low 22
Sunday – Mostly sunny, High 38, Low 22
TWC: Tomorrow – Scattered snow showers during the morning. Then partly to mostly cloudy for the afternoon High 33, Low 24
Sunday – Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 42, Low 20
AW: Tomorrow – A little morning snow with little or no accumulation; otherwise, mostly cloudy and chilly High 35, Low 22
Sunday – Mostly sunny and not as cold High 41, Low 18
NWS: Tomorrow – Snow likely, mainly before 8am. Patchy fog between 8am and 9am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, High 32, Low 23
Sunday – Mostly sunny, High 39, Low 18
WB: Tomorrow – Patchy fog until midday. Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of snow until midday then partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 33, Low 24
Sunday – Partly cloudy, High 41, Low 20
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with light snow, High 32, Low 23
Sunday – Partly cloudy, High 39, Low 18
FIO: Tomorrow – Foggy in the morning. High 36, Low 24
Sunday – Mostly cloudy until evening.High 43, Low 20
A little bit of snow is showing up on radar in northern Indiana, but you can see, it doesn’t look very threatening further to the south.