The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for central Indiana, including Clinton County.
Besides Clinton, other affected counties are Carroll, Warren, Tippecanoe, Howard, Fountain, Montgomery, Boone, Tipton, Hamilton, Madison, Delaware, Randolph, Vermillion, Parke, Putnam, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Henry, Vigo, Clay, Owen, Morgan, Johnson, Shelby, Rush, Sullivan, Greene, Monroe, Brown, Bartholomew, Decatur, Knox, Daviess, Martin, Lawrence, Jackson and Jennings.
This includes the cities of Frankfort, Delphi, Flora, Williamsport, West Lebanon, Lafayette, West Lafayette, 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.
There is a chance for light rain tonight. Rain may mix with a few snowflakes over the northern Wabash Valley towards daybreak Monday. Clouds will increase later Sunday as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Pockets of light precipitation will develop tonight as the front moves into the area.
Snow with light accumulations are possible over central Indiana Monday and Monday night with steadiest snow and greatest impacts coming during the afternoon and evening. Winds chills in the single digits are possible Monday night and Tuesday morning with high single digits to low teens Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
An Arctic front will pass through central Indiana early Monday. Behind the front will be the coldest weather of the fall thus far which will bring near record low temperatures early next week. Rain with mix with then change over to snow Monday afternoon and night. 1 to 2 inches of snow are possible by Tuesday morning especially across the north half of central Indiana.