We're just about 12 hours from snow arriving in central Indiana. The updated forecast from NOAA NWS Weather Prediction Center suggests there is anywhere from a 50% to 95% probability for a 4" or greater snow in central Indiana.
When looking at an 8" or greater snow they include a large portion of central Indiana in a 40% to 60% probability just north of I-70 and I-69.
The latest 131-computer model average suggests the following for locales in Indiana.Indianapolis: 7.1" | Range: 4.3" to 9.8"
Columbus: 5.4" | Range: 1.6" to 8"
Lafayette: 5.1" | Range: 3.9" to 6.5"
A note about the type of snow that will fall Wednesday. It will be a heavier wet snow than what has fallen previously this winter. Snow to water ratio's of 8:1 to 10:1. That means it will be a good packing snow (snowballs/snowmen) but also means this is more of a "heart attack" snow. Be careful when out shoveling!
How much snow would you like to see Wednesday?
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