INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The first day of spring has passed on the calendar, but winter weather persists.
A system moving in Monday night and Tuesday morning brings snow showers back to Central Indiana.
Forecast 8 Meteorologist Ken Brewer says that accumulations from this system will be minor, with most locations seeing 1 inch or less.
With snow falling overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, there could be some slick spots and roads, so plan on needing a little bit extra time for the Tuesday morning commute. For traffic conditions in the morning, tune in to Daybreak starting at 4:30 a.m.
Indianapolis broke the record this year for number of inches of snow during meteorological winter, which is December-February. During that time period, Indianapolis had 52.2 inches of snow. For snowiest year (July 1-June 30), Indianapolis is currently at third place with 55.1 inches of snow. The first and second snowiest years had 58.2 inches and 57.9 inches of snow, respectively.
For the latest on this system and all of your weather forecasts, check out the Forecast 8 Weather Blog.