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Winter Weather Advisory Canceled

A significant snow storm is expected through Monday. Storm updates will be added here throughout the weekend.

MONDAY 4:00 P.M. UPDATE

The winter weather advisory is canceled for most of Indiana. Moderate snow bands will continue across eastern counties in central Indiana, but have moved out of western and central counties.

SNOW TOTALS:

City County Snowfall Inches
New Whiteland Johnson 8.0
Bloomingdale Parke 11.5
Indianapolis Marion 9.0
Kokomo Howard 10.0
Lafayette Tippecanoe 6.9
Terre Haute Vigo 8.5

MONDAY NOON UPDATE

A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 8 p.m. for all of central and southern Indiana. Forecasters are calling for one to two inches of additional snowfall with wind gusts of 20 to 30 mph causing blowing and drifting snow.

Weather status by county as well as delays and closings being reported to WFIU and WTIU News may be found here.

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SUNDAY 9:45 P.M. UPDATE

The winter storm warning has been downgraded to an advisory for south central Indiana until noon Monday. Forecasters say snow will continue overnight and through Monday morning bringing four to five inches of snow accumulation to areas near Sullivan, Bloomington and Columbus. One to three inches of snow are expected further south in areas near Paoli, Salem and Jasper.

Winds will gust to 30 MPH tonight causing blowing and drifting snow.

The winter storm warning remains in effect for the Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Shelbyville areas until noon Monday. Total snow accumulations of six to ten inches are still possible in these areas.

Weather status by county as well as delays and closings being reported to WFIU and WTIU News may be found here.

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SUNDAY 7:45 P.M. UPDATE

No changes for the current winter storm warnings and advisories listed below. Trained spotters measure one inch of snow in Bloomington and Lawrence, 2.0 in Indianapolis, 2.4 in Lafayette, 1.5 in Bicknell and 1.8 inches in Paragon. Monroe-Gregg School District is the first school to call in a 2 hour delay tomorrow.

Weather status by county as well as delays and closings being reported to WFIU and WTIU News may be found here.

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SUNDAY 12:00 P.M. UPDATE

The winter storm warning has been extended to include most of central and south central Indiana along with a winter storm advisory for the far southern part of the state until noon Monday.

Forecasters at the National Weather service say the heaviest snow will be late this afternoon and tonight. The snow will start off as rain or mixed with rain south of Greensburg and Bloomington and change to all snow by late afternoon.

Storm total snow amounts will be from six to more than ten inches near the Interstate 70 corridor. Five to eight inches of snow is predicted further south.

Gusty winds Sunday afternoon and evening may cause some blowing of snow and reduction of visibilities. High winds combined with the heavy wet snow on trees and other surfaces may cause some localized power outages as well. Travel will become quite hazardous this afternoon into midday Monday.

Weather status by county as well as delays and closings being reported to WFIU and WTIU News may be found here.

SATURDAY 5:45 P.M. UPDATE

A winter storm warning is in effect from 8 a.m. Sunday until noon Monday. A winter weather advisory will also take effect across south central Indiana.

Forecasters at the National Weather Service say snow will start late tonight into early Sunday morning and continue through Monday with the heaviest snow expected late Sunday afternoon and night. Snow may mix with rain over parts of southern Indiana through late Sunday afternoon before changing all to snow.

Snow accumulations of six to nine inches with isolated areas seeing more are expected across central Indiana north of Sullivan, Bloomington and Columbus. Three to six inches with isolated higher amounts are expected south of these areas.

Gusty winds Sunday afternoon and evening may cause some blowing of snow, reduction of visibilities and limbs breaking under the weight of snow and the wind. Travel will become quite hazardous Sunday into midday Monday.

Weather status by county as well as delays and closings being reported to WFIU and WTIU News may be found here.

Joe Hren

Anchor, Indiana Newsdesk - WTIU & WFIU News. Follow him on Twitter @Joe_Hren

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