(UNDATED) - Expect some blowing and drifting snow this morning, with very minimal accumulations.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Chad Swain says we can expect less than an inch to gain on the ground.
Northern areas may see a little more, with Muncie seeing at an inch.
Also watch out for slick spots due to wind gusts, the additional snowfall, and falling temperatures.
Areas around Bloomington and Columbus received anywhere between 8 and 10 inches of snow.
Swain says it's been extra snowy recently because we're getting the northern arm of the El Nino pattern and temperatures that are much cooler than average for this time of year.
The National Weather Service forecast shows central Indiana to be clear of snowfall through next Monday.
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