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NWS Indianapolis, IN

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Graphical depiction of the weather story for today.

A quick moving Alberta Clipper will move through the Ohio Valley tonight. Any rain left in southern parts of central Indiana this evening will change over to snow early tonight. Accumulating snow should end around midnight. At this time, snowfall accumulations of 2 to 3 inches with locally higher amounts up to around 4 inches are possible over northeast portions of central Indiana by late tonight, dropping quickly off to just a few tenths of an inch over south central Indiana and the lower Wabash Valley. Motorists should be prepared for slick and snow covered roads in spots late this afternoon and tonight, especially northeast of Interstate 74. Wind gusts of 30-35 mph this evening may also cause periods with blowing snow and briefly reduced visibilities.

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