Windy night and colder too; Rather snow-less so far this season

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Strong winds fuel today's temperature warm up!  The preliminary high is 41° in Indianapolis.   Gusts go higher and may approach 40 miles per hour later tonight before a shift.  Hang on!
UPDATE:  gusts have jumped to 43 mph at 7 pm in Indianapolis.
A low pressure is dropping southeast - another in a series of 'clipper' lows bringing these wild temperatures swings.   We will get much colder overnight and brace for a wind chill in the single digits by sunrise Thursday. Fortunately winds will ease through the night.
Snow is not expected for several days, the exception perhaps a few lingering flurries overnight. This is the least amount of snowfall to date in Indianapolis (December 13th) since 2012.
One year ago we received 3.9" of snow on the 13th - the largest snow of the season and it accounted for 40% of our entire seasonal total!
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