(UNDATED) - There will be more snow falling across the Hoosier state today, but National Weather Service Meteorologist Steve Haines says not to worry, it will only be about a quarter of an inch at the most.
Haines says the real weather story will be the temperatures. Most of the Hoosier state will see lows in the teens and possible single digits tonight.
Haines also adds there is a snow event in the long range forecast for next week, but he feels its tracking further east and is not likely to dump near the amount of snow that has fallen over the last few days.
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