A winter mix of precipitation is headed into WSLM COUNTRY and expected Sunday afternoon into Monday morning.
According to the National Weather Service, an upper level weather disturbance will bring precipitation back to Central Indiana on Sunday afternoon through Monday.
Cold air in place across Central Indiana will result in the precipitation beginning as a mix of sleet and freezing rain across much of Central Indiana on Sunday afternoon and continuing into the evening hours.
Indiana Department of Transportation trucks were out last night spraying a brine mixture on Indiana roads. Salt Trucks are on standby for this afternoon, according to Harry McGinity, a spokeperson with INDOT.
This light icing may result in difficult driving conditions on Sunday afternoon and Sunday night.
As cold air arrives in the area overnight on Sunday night, all of the precipitation is expected to change over to snow. This will result in slippery conditions as light snow accumulations are possible on top of some light icing accumulations. This combination could make driving difficult on Monday morning.
If you plan to travel on Sunday night and Monday stay aware of the latest weather forecast and future possible advisories.
Motorists and those who must be outdoors are encouraged to take extra precautions Sunday afternoon through Monday prepare for slick roads.
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