Use extreme caution if you are driving this evening. Snow and the arctic front are barreling into Indianapolis and advancing rapidly eastward and southeastward. Drizzle currently falling in Cincinnati is wetting the ground and pavement. Temperatures are falling 10 degrees in one hour with the arctic front along with snow and snow showers. While not a lot of snow is expected, the snow whipped by 30 mph wind gusts and wet roads potentially flash freezing could create significant travel headaches, especially with a busy super bowl Sunday traffic evening.
Volunteers of all ages to report valuable rain, hail, and snow measurements.
The National Weather Service relies on
volunteer weather observers that take precipitation
readings in their own backyard. Many observers are needed because precipitation is highly
You can help and anyone can join! All you need is a rain gauge as shown below
and internet access.