Today: Temperatures will climb throughout the day into the lower 40's but a persistent wind out of the north will keep conditions feeling chilly. Clouds will continue to build into the region as our next weather system arrives by this evening.


Tonight: A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Delaware, Henry, Randolph, and Wayne counties from 8:00PM tonight until 2:00PM tomorrow afternoon.


 A rain/snow mix will move into the area around 6:00PM. Precipitation will transition to all snow shortly after and continue through the night into tomorrow morning. Accumulations will likely stay in the 1-3" range, but locations east of Muncie could receive slightly higher totals.


7-Day Forecast:  After snowy conditions tomorrow, temperatures will start to rise again, with sunny conditions expected Thursday and Friday. Another system moves in for the weekend, with a rain/snow mix possible Saturday into Sunday morning. There is some uncertainty regarding temperatures toward the end of the 7-day, which could also change the expected precipitation.


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--Weather Forecaster Gabe Prough