ANDERSON — Snow began falling between 1 and 2 a.m. Saturday in Madison County, steadily coming down into the evening hours.
The total accumulation locally was below two inches, National Weather Service meteorologist Tara Dudzik said.
The heaviest-hit Indiana counties were those in the southwest, she said, with far eastern counties getting closer to an inch of snow.
Snow flurries are expected at the end of the week, but no significant snow is expected in the near future, Dudzik said. A storm system appears to be coming in next weekend, but she said it is too early to tell what to expect out of the system.
Because the temperatures haven’t been too cold for too long, Dudzik said the current snow accumulation on the ground may be gone in the next few days, but colder temperatures expected all next week will create the correct conditions for the next snowfall to stick around for quite some time.
The highs today are expected to be in the upper 20s, with the low in the low teens, Dudzik said.
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