MAP OF AREA WITH HIGHWAYS FOR REFERENCE TO THIS FORECAST:
Red line in this image is Indiana 14:
Red line is Indiana 18.....US 24 is labeled north of that area.
Scattered snow, sleet, freezing rain with some pockets of light accumulation (trace ice, dusting/coating of snow in places).
Temps upper 20s to mid 30s.
Scattered bits of rain, sleet, snow possible. Patchy, brief light accumulation. Temps 33-37.
Spotty bits of mix. Patchy brief light accumulation. Temps 30-34. East wind gusting to 25 mph.
Rain south of Indiana 18, freezing rain & some sleet north of 18 with snow & some sleet north of US 24. Minor ice & snow accumulations developing north of 18 & especially north of US 24. East winds increasing to gusts to 31 mph.
MONDAY AFTERNOON-EARLY EVENING:
Rain south of 24, ice north of 24 with up to 0.25" ice north. Less than 0.10" ice accumulation between Indiana 18 & US 24 before changing to rain. East winds gusting to 37 mph. Isolated power outages north, few limbs downed there.
MONDAY LATE EVENING-NIGHT:
Ice working southward, snow north & working southward. Northeast to north-northeast winds gusting to 43 mph.
Blowing/drifting snow developing far north, icing may cause isolated power outages north with a few limbs downed.
Precipitation may end as all snow for area by Tuesday morning.
North winds may gust to 40 mph.
Up to 6" snow northern Newton, Jasper, Pulaski counties, tapering rapidly southward. 1" or less of south of 18. Gradually more expected with northward extent with that max of 6" around Lake Village, Enos, Demotte, Wheatfield, north of Francesville & Winamac & northwest of Rochester.
Up to 0.25" ice north of US 24.....Up to 0.10" elsewhere north of I-74. Trace amounts along & south of I-74.
OVERALL (BASED ON 9 P.M. DATA):
WORST CONDITIONS IN THE ENTIRE VIEWING AREA NORTH OF INDIANA 14.......
STILL BAD CONDITIONS NORTH OF US 24 OVERALL......
WORST CONDITIONS FOR VIEWING AREA AS A WHOLE MONDAY NIGHT-TUESDAY AM......
SLIGHT DEVIATION IN TRACK WILL RESULT IN RAPID TWEAKS TO CHANGES TO FORECAST........
***IF IT TRACKS EVEN JUST SLIGHTLY FARTHER SOUTH, MORE SUBSTANTIAL TO SIGNIFICANT SNOW & ICE WILL TRACK FARTHER SOUTH WITH POTENTIAL OF ALL ICE & SNOW FOR THE AREA.***
***A MORE NORTHERLY THAN CURRENTLY EXPECTED WILL RESULT IN MORE RAIN FARTHER NORTH.***