Statement as of 5:12 AM EST on December 04, 2013
... Wintry precipitation to impact central Indiana Thursday night
through Friday night...
A strong cold front will track through the region early Thursday
morning... eventually becoming nearly stationary south of the Ohio
River. Several disturbances will track along the boundary Thursday
night and Friday and with increasingly colder air overspreading
the region... an extended period of wintry precipitation will
impact central Indiana beginning Thursday evening and continuing
into Friday night.
Light rain Thursday afternoon will mix with snow and sleet
Thursday evening as colder air arrives. Precipitation will change
to all snow north of Interstate 70 by midnight Thursday
night... with a wintry mix over southern portions of central
Indiana through daybreak Friday. Snow accumulations of 1 to 2
inches will be possible by daybreak Friday... with a light icing
possible south of Interstate 70.
Precipitation will changeover to all snow south of Interstate 70
Friday morning... with snow continuing throughout the day Friday.
Additional accumulations are likely over all of central Indiana by
Friday evening. Total snow accumulations in excess of 4 inches
are likely to impact areas along and south of a Terre Haute to
Noblesville to Muncie line... with locally higher amounts south of
The first significant snowfall of the season is expected across
central Indiana Thursday night through Friday night. If you have
travel plans... please keep advised of the latest forecasts.
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 5:15 am EST on December 4, 2013
... On this date in central Indiana weather history...
1998 several sites set record temperatures for this date...
including Indianapolis with a high of 70 degrees.