Light flurries have been falling across the viewing area this morning. Lake-effect snow will be plentiful in far northeast OH, northwest Pennsylvania and southwest NY but we don't expect much more than a flurry in our area.
Tonight: Winds will begin to decrease tonight, and so will the temperatures! Fresh, locally strong, and gusty northwest winds will ease away from the west coast as the day wears on.
Cold winds continue to blow across the bluegrass state through the upcoming weekend.
Highs tomorrow are going to be slightly higher compared to today and will reach the lower 30s. Some of our models are hinting at a final push of moisture that swings through overnightFriday into Saturday morning.
Our first accumulating snow is possible this SATURDAY. Snow showers and flurries will then carry us through Saturday night with lows hitting the teens. At this point, forecast models are indicating that our northeast counties (Fulton, Pulaski, and Miami) have the best chance of seeing the lake effect snow showers. "We can expect about 1" of snow in Indy. Snow will break out by early afternoon in most spots.