INDIANAPOLIS -- If you're dreaming of a white Christmas your dreams have a pretty good chance of coming true this year!
A system will bring snow to central Indiana on Sunday, that mixed with the cold air already in place means we'll likely have snow on the ground for Christmas Day for the first time since 2012.
That snow is expected to spread across the northern half of Indiana Sunday morning. Everyone should see some light to moderate snow by Sunday.
A Winter Weather Advisory is already in place for Indianapolis and areas to the north. Accumulations of 3-5 inches are possible over those northern areas, where the snow is expected to last the longest.
Along I-70, 2-4 inches of snow is possible.
Look for a sharp drop in snow amounts near or just south of Indianapolis - where snow may not develop until mid-afternoon. In these areas, 1-3 inches of snow will be possible.
The Bedford and Seymour area will still get snow, but they may not even get an inch.
Hear more on the potential for snowfall this weekend in the video player above.
Also, be sure to check back with StormTeam 6 and the RTV6 app for updates.
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