Amber Alert issued for Crown Point teen

Flurries end, sunshine returns as temperatures plummet

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This weekend’s snow has come to an end…only a few flurries remain this morning!  As you can see in the radar above, the snow is on its way east and southeast creating problems for Louisville and Cincinnati right now, as we await sunshine. The second part of this story is the cold…wind chills are subzero again and even with sunshine today, highs will only reach the lower 20s. Here is your day planner:

It appears the work week should be fairly quiet and dry in the terms of precipitation. For now,  Wednesday looks to be the only day where a few flurries or snow showers will drift across the state with little to no accumulation expected. Notice in the extended forecast that a warming trend is slowly on the way, too:

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