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  • Conditions worsen as winter storm strengthens; Snow still on the way

    BE AWARE – SNOW ACCUMULATION STILL COMING Conditions will deteriorate quickly for the rest of the afternoon into the evening. Temperature fall will be sharp as heavy bands of snow develop. Snowfall rates of 1″ to 2″ per hour are possible. The snow hasn’t even started for many areas that may still see a half foot of snow. The amounts will still vary widely but an expected range from 2″ to 6″ with locally higher totals in eastern Indiana is still on […]

  • Dangerous winter storm to hit Indiana Saturday with bitter blast of arctic air to follow

    WINTER STORM TAKES AIM A complex and far-reaching winter storm is getting its act together in the panhandle of Texas late Friday night. At the same time, bitter cold is on the move, poised to spill south into the central U.S. for the first time in over six weeks. Powerful upper air winds off the Pacific and the polar regions of the U.S. will combine to ignite a deep and dangerous storm system that will track south to the state […]

  • Fog thickens overnight, weekend winter storm coming into focus

    THICK FOG Melting snow, added rain and snow early, plus little to no wind leads to a very foggy Thursday night. Visibility will be very low for a time early tonight with some improvement as cooler air returns. Lower temperatures though the night will add another hazard, freezing drizzle and freezing fog. Dense fog and slick spots are a real possibility for early Friday morning. WINTER STORM WATCH The weekend storm is a complex one and is still in its […]

  • Snowy start Thursday, winter weather advisory issued; Still tracking weekend storm

    DAMP NIGHT Drizzle at times as temperatures have nudged above freezing this evening but patchy freezing drizzle will likely develop as temperatures slip just below freezing after sunset.  Untreated roads and walkways may become slick.  The melting snow and small spread in the temperatures will lead to some drop in visibility early this evening. SNOWY START A weak low pressure will race east late tonight and spread a wet snow into the state before sunrise.  Snowfall may quickly accumulate from […]

  • Winter to tighten its grip: Travel trouble overnight then weekend storm takes center stage

    DAMP AND FOGGY The haze hangs over the city Tuesday evening and that fog will thicken. Tiny water droplets will at times cling and create some slick surfaces. Freezing drizzle and flurries will linger through the night and be aware! It is very light but can cause problems if traveling late tonight and early Wednesday morning. Winter Weather Advisories are out for much of Illinois, and northern Indiana. TRAVEL TROUBLE More headaches could come by early Thursday morning as a […]

  • Winter shifts into gear following weekend snow

    COLDEST OF THE SEASON The fresh half-foot of snow cover and clearing skies early Monday morning lead to frigid temperatures and the coldest of the season in Indianapolis.  The low of 13-degrees was the coldest since last February for the city while many outlying areas feel to the single digits. SNOW COVER The weekend storm was felt across much of the nation and at the mid-way point of meteorological winter, the largest snow cover of the season for the continental […]

  • Winter Storm Warning issued with largest January snow storm in 5 years expected Saturday

    WINTER STORM WARNING The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning from 12 a.m. Saturday through 7 a.m. Sunday for most of central Indiana. Snowfall of 6″ or more is possible through Saturday into Saturday evening. Off overnight computer models, there has been a slight shift in the track to the north and an increase of available moisture bringing an increased snowfall forecast for more of central Indiana. The jump of 30 percent more moisture affords snowfall amounts […]

  • Winter Storm Watch issued this weekend, with measurable snow in the forecast

    STREAK SNAPPED For the first time since December 11 (30 days), we had a below normal day in Indianapolis. What a run! Winter 2018-19 is running 11-degrees warmer than last winter with nearly 80 percent of the days since December 1 above normal. It’s only a glancing blow of arctic air and the chill is easing Thursday evening. Gusty winds have eased and temperatures are actually up 5-6-degrees warmer than same time Wednesday. SNOW ON THE WAY A bummer of a snow season […]

  • Taking a wintry turn: Snow to follow coldest air in a month

    Click here for current conditions, live radar, and latest weather alerts. WARM SPELL ENDS The run was fun but it is over! The cold blast has arrived and this is what January is really like. The cold stings, we haven’t had this kind of cold in a month and the change is a sharp one. The cold winds are producing single digit wind-chill temperatures Wednesday, making it fell like it is 50-degrees colder than early Tuesday. The wind chill will […]

  • Winter comes roaring back with coldest air in a month arriving Wednesday

    Click here for current conditions, live radar, and latest weather alerts. SPRING FLING ENDING You know we are on borrowed time, right? A cold turn is underway. The 50-degree string of days reaches five straight Tuesday – the LONGEST 50° plus streak for early January in 21 years (1998 6 straight days). The coldest air in one month arrives behind these gusty winds. Brace for the cold, it will sting early morning. An imbalance in the atmosphere is what is […]