Good morning! Oh man is it slick out there! Overnight into the evening we’ve received around a tenth of an inch of freezing rain along with a good half inch of sleet and snow last night. Making untreated roads and sidewalks this morning very slippery. The winter weather advisory is scheduled to expire at 10 am. Despite the expiration of the advisory, there is still a chance of light snow today and tonight, with measurable snow possible between 4 pm and 4 am tonight into tomorrow. Across much of Northeastern Indiana could see 1 inch of snow from passing snow bands with locally higher amounts of 2 inches possible in locally heavier snow squalls. This will only make road conditions more difficult on top of the sleet and ice that fell last night.
It is currently 28 °F as of 9 am in Muncie with a Northeast wind at 8 mph producing a wind chill of 20 °F. Be on the look out for scattered snow showers even before the time period 4 pm to 4 am. The high for today is 31 °F which will only prevent roads from melting the ice that is covering them this morning. The low for tonight is 27 °F, with winds from the North to North-Northeast at 10 to 15 mph wind chills can drop into the upper teens tonight.
-CWS Forecaster Ben Waggoner