The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Special Weather Statement for Clinton County. Light snow will occur across central and northern parts of central Indiana through the day Sunday. Some light freezing rain may mix in with the snow for some areas briefly, but snow should remain the dominant precipitation type through much of the day.
Precipitation will diminish in coverage tonight, with around 1 to 2 inches of snow accumulation possible by the time it comes to an end. The wintry mix and snow will lead to slick spots on roads and untreated surfaces. Use caution if traveling today, and allow extra time to reach your destination.
There is potential for light snowfall accumulations and some light icing, mainly Monday morning. More snow is possible around Friday night. These could result in slick roads.
Rain falling Monday afternoon into Tuesday may lead to the extending of or worsening of flooding for parts of the area. Windy conditions are expected on Tuesday with gusts near 40 mph.
River and lowland flooding will linger this week. Several weather systems will move through the area this week.