Wednesday will be the last chance to do anything exciting before a low-pressure system moves in and brings rain, and perhaps some snow, to Indiana. It’s too early to tell what the system will do exactly, but as of now, computer models suggest the system will likely roll in Thursday night, bringing rain all through Friday and Saturday morning. Some snow might also fall during this time. Some roads might become icy as temperatures drop below freezing, for our low, between Thursday and Saturday, so just be careful when going out driving just in case. After Saturday morning, the system will leave, and we’ll be left with mostly cloudy skies for Sunday. We’ll keep you updated on this system.
-Weather Forecaster Joseph Williams