An arctic mass of high pressure is currently moving into the state which is bringing in clear skies and bitterly cold temperatures across Indiana. Most of the state is currently experiencing some weak cold air advection, and as a result, temperatures are expected to remain steady in the low single digits throughout the rest of the day. Some low clouds are being observed across the northeastern part of Indiana and with those clouds will come a chance for some snow flurries later in the day over that part of the state. The rest of the state is expected to remain clear into the night, where temperatures will drop to below zero due to the approaching arctic airmass.

Looking down south, there are currently snow showers occurring over northeastern Texas, including the Dallas metro area. Temperatures are expected to remain well below freezing throughout the day in that area, which should prevent any change in precipitation type. Accumulations in Dallas and north of the metro area are expected to be around 1 inch.