Live Doppler 13 Weather Blog: A hard-hitting winter storm is coming mid-week

Although there is still a lot of uncertainty about the path and type of precipitation, a winter system will give way to a high potential for snow and delicate movements.

INDIANAPOLIS— A winter storm system will move through central Indiana on Wednesday.

A cold front will allow temperatures to drop throughout the day, from 40 degrees in the morning to 30 degrees in the late afternoon. Precipitation will be likely throughout the day. There is still a lot of uncertainty with the type of precipitation and the path of this system.

Here’s a look at two of the tracks. Lane 1 maintains the Freeze Line along the I-70 corridor, while Lane 2 drags it further north of I-70.

A higher level system will follow the cold front. This will keep the weather unstable until Thursday evening.

Although there are still many questions about the path and type of precipitation, it will be a hard-hitting system.

The deadline will be from Tuesday at the end of the day to Thursday evening. Heavy snowfall will be possible, with the best potential in north-central Indiana.

Snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain will also be possible with this system.

Strong winds will also be likely on Thursday causing blowing snow and blowing snow. Please keep checking for the latest updates on this storm system.