(AP) — The calendar reads spring, but the crocuses might just croak.
Weather Service in Indianapolis is calling for five to nine inches of snow
over much of central Indiana starting Sunday. The snow is expected to
enter the state around 4 a.m. and arrive in the Indianapolis area by 8
Areas south of
Bloomington could see a mix of snow and rain and lower accumulations.
Even though it
won't feel like spring, emergency management officials are preparing for
more seasonal weather hazards. Gov. Mike Pence has proclaimed next week
Severe Weather Preparedness Week, and a statewide test of emergency
communication systems is planned Wednesday.
service meteorologist Mike Ryan says the latest significant snowfall on
record in Indianapolis was 5 inches on April 9, 1897.