Cold days ahead before a big warm-up this weekend

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan 26, 2016)--Good Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures reached the upper 40s overnight with strong winds gusting to 35 and 40 mph! The front moved in between 1 and 2 a.m. as expected and temperatures began to fall. It's been in the 30s through much of the day.

Local Current Temperatures

We've had a few flurries around today and we'll keep flurries in the forecast through midnight for central Indiana. Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy overnight with temperatures in the low 20s by daybreak Wednesday. Some areas of fog will develop too.

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Wednesday will bring areas of fog in the morning followed by a mostly cloudy sky in the afternoon. Highs will be in the low 30s with a west wind 5-10 mph.

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A clipper system will move to our north bringing some flurries to central Indiana on Thursday. A big warm-up is coming by the weekend with highs in the 50s! It will feel more like March. Winds will turn breezy and we'll have a chance of rain Sunday. It looks to be a tad cooler to start February but then temperatures rise again for Groundhog Day with the possibility of storms as a strong low-pressure system moves in. --Danielle Dozier

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