Snow showers move in with gusts of strong wind tonight

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Colder air is surging into central Indiana late Thursday on brisk north west winds.  Gusts have reached 40 mph in Indianapolis as a new cold front will sweeps the state. A more seasonal chill settles in to end the work week.


As of Thursday, a streak of 9 consecutive days of above normal temperatures continues with an official high of 41° at 2:03 PM.  We have not had a afternoon below 40° since Tuesday December 20th.


The cooler air brigs along a few snow showers late Thursday.  These brief and often vigorous downpours of snow will briefly reduce visibility and put down just enough of a coating of snow to create some slick spots.  The coverage of the snow showers may reach 20 to 30% coverage of the area before midnight.

RADAR 4:25 PM Thursday
Snow showers will scatter and diminish later. Forecast 7 PM
Snow showers will scatter and diminish later. Forecast 7 PM


the winds will remain quite brisk through sunrise so plan on a much colder feel.  Temperatures will dip into the 20s by sunrise but combined with the west-northwest winds, the wind chill could reach single digits in some areas ear;ly friday morning.


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