Your Heavy Snow Forecast

January 4th, 2014 at 8:03 am by under Weather

Heavy snow moves in tonight into Sunday…several inches of snow in the forecast.  Sub-zero temps follow the snowstorm.

WARNING/ACCUMULATION: A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for 1am Sunday to 1am Monday.   Heavy snowfall will occur after midnight tonight through Sunday evening.  The snowfall potential is still on track with 6″ to 10″ for most of Indiana, with isolated places reaching the foot mark.  Southeastern Indiana will see more a wintry mix initially so more like 3″ to 6″ of accumulation.

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TIMING: Today stays dry with increasing clouds.  The snow moves in after midnight tonight.  Then the heavy snow ramps up after daybreak Sunday.  All day Sunday the heavy snow continues.  The snow tapers off from west to east after 7pm Sunday.  By midnight the eastern half of the state will have only a few lingering snow showers.

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TEMPS TODAY:  Temps start out in the upper teens and lower 20s this morning.  A south wind boosts our highs to the lower 30s this afternoon.  The wind chill will make it feel like the upper teens as winds gust up to 30 mph today.

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DANGEROUS COLD ARRIVES: Temps on Sunday top out in the upper 20s, but fall throughout the day.  Overnight lows reach the negative teens!  With the wind chill it will feel like -20 to -40º.  Highs don’t even break zero…with negative high temps on Monday and Tuesday.


EXTENDED FORECAST: “Warmer” temps return by mid-week.  There is another chance for snow Wednesday and Thursday.


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