Tracking snow and cold temperatures heading into spring break
Tonight: Snow from today's winter storm will gradually diminish this evening and into the overnight hours. Watch out for slick spots on the roads as temperatures continue to drop below freezing. Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch are possible.
Tomorrow: Partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected tomorrow, with lingering lake-effect snow showers in association with strong northwest winds. These winds will also allow cold arctic air to filter into the region, with high temperatures only reaching the mid-20s. Some additional snow is possible as a weak clipper system passes through by the evening hours, but this snow will be very isolated in nature compared to today. A good opportunity to get out and enjoy the picturesque snow! Making a snowman is a great idea!
7-Day Forecast: Ball State's spring break looks to start as winter break part 2, but the good news is the cold air will not stick around very long. Highs will return to the 40s and 50s into next week, with more chances for rain arriving to start next week. We hope all Ball State students have a safe and relaxing spring break!
---Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley
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