Tracking Snow And Bitter Cold

January 31st, 2013 at 7:36 pm by under Colts Forecast, Weather

Snow showers are moving east through southern Indiana.  The snow will produce quick minor accumulation…ranging from a dusting to half an inch.  Visibility will be reduced to near zero too.  Wind gusts will also create blowing snow.  The latest forecast models moves the snow out of central Indiana by midnight.  A few flurries linger overnight.

   

Temperatures are in the teens to the north, in the 20s elsewhere.  Wind chill values are in the single digits in some places.  Tonight’s lows fall into the single digits with wind chill temps between -5 and -15.  On Friday our high temps only reach the upper teens.  A breeze remains all afternoon, keeping wind chill temps around 10º even in the late afternoon.

   

Friday is dry with partly sunny skies.  Friday night after midnight snow moves back into the state.  Snow showers will be off and on all day Saturday.  By 7pm central Indiana will have 1″ to 3″ of snow accumulation.  Sunday a few snow showers linger.

   

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