A slight risk for severe storms continues through the evening across southwestern Indiana with damaging winds and large hail the main threats.
The front will return north into the area Wednesday bringing another threat for rain and thunderstorms.
Local grape growers aren’t overly concerned with overnight temperatures right now, but it’s still early.
Cold temperatures and snow return to the weather forecast the next couple of days.
The forecast calls for a slight risk of severe weather across southern Indiana this afternoon and tonight.
Accumulating snow may occur over the southern half of central Indiana Friday.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for blowing and drifting snow until noon on Tuesday.
Indianapolis-based National Weather Service Meteorologist Dave Tucek says temperatures on Saturday could top 65 degrees.
Northern regions of the Hoosier State are seeing up to six inches of snow, the National Weather Service says.
El Niño can cause warmer conditions in more northern states, whereas southern states will typically experience cooler and wetter weather this winter.