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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
428 PM EST Thu Feb 27 2020

Including the cities of Delphi, Flora, Williamsport, West Lebanon,
Lafayette, West Lafayette, Frankfort, Kokomo, Attica, Covington,
Veedersburg, Crawfordsville, Lebanon, Zionsville, Tipton, Fishers,
Carmel, Noblesville, Anderson, Muncie, Winchester, Clinton, Newport,
Rockville, Greencastle, Plainfield, Brownsburg, Danville,
Indianapolis, Greenfield, Cumberland, New Castle, Terre Haute,
Brazil, Clay City, Spencer, Martinsville, Mooresville, Greenwood,
Franklin, Shelbyville, Rushville, Sullivan, Linton, Bloomfield,
Bloomington, Nashville, Columbus, Greensburg, Vincennes, Washington,
Loogootee, Shoals, Bedford, Mitchell, Seymour, Brownstown,
and North Vernon
428 PM EST Thu Feb 27 2020

This hazardous weather outlook is for central Indiana.

.DAY ONE...Tonight.

Outlook: Periodic chances for light snow showers and flurries through
tonight. Slick and thinly snow covered roads are possible tonight.

Hazards: Slick and snow covered roads are possible. Untreated
surfaces will be particularly icy.

Timing: Periodic flurries and light snow showers are possible
tonight. Occasional wind gusts through this afternoon. Wind chills in
the single digits and teens.

Discussion: An Upper level disturbance will track across the region
tonight with a weak surface low passing through the Ohio Valley
tonight. Periodic flurries and light snow showers will be possible
over parts of central Indiana...especially this afternoon and
tonight. Little to no accumulation is expected.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday.

Outlook: A few flurries or light snow showers are possible Friday.
Cold conditions will continue through early Saturday. An active and
unsettled pattern returns for the first half of next week. Heavy rain
and an increased risk for flooding are possible by Tuesday and

Discussion: Scattered light snow showers and flurries will continue
Friday as another weak disturbance passes through the region. Dry
and warmer weather is expected over the weekend. A frontal boundary
will become nearly stationary early next week over the Ohio Valley. A
series of low pressure system riding along the boundary will bring
the potential for periods of locally heavy rainfall and an enhanced
risk for flooding over the region during the first half of next week.


Spotter activation is not anticipated.


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