Coldest air of the season expected tonight

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Nov. 21, 2015)--Good Saturday evening! It was a snowy day across central Indiana with some locations picking up 5 inches of snow. Kokomo and Russiaville reported some of the highest totals and Indianapolis broke a daily snowfall record!

LSR 5 Lines

Indy saw 1.3 inches of snow breaking the previous daily snowfall record of 0.8 inches set back in 1996.

Rainfall Records

The highest temperatures (mid-40s) of the day were around the 1 a.m. hour and then fell through the day into the low 30s as a cold front moved through.

As the low pressure moves out, the sky will start to clear and give way to the coldest air we've seen all season. Temperatures will dip to the teens as winds begin to relax to 10-15 mph by daybreak Sunday. Wind chills will be in the single digits for many on Sunday morning.

RPM 4km Wind Chills

Highs on Sunday will reach near freezing under a mostly sunny sky. Winds will shift from northwest to southwest 5-15 mph. A warming trend is expected as we go through the week with highs in the 50s by Wednesday. Rain chances arrive on Thanksgiving with the higher chance of rain on Friday. Winds will become gusty both Thursday and Friday. Temperatures appear they will fall from the mid-50s on Friday as a cold front moves through. --Danielle Dozier

PM 7-Day Forecast


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