Bitter & Blustery Valentine’s Weekend

A few light snow showers will be possible this afternoon as a Clipper system moves over the Great Lakes.  A dusting up to an inch of snow will be possible by late afternoon.  A few snow squalls will be possible causing reduced visibilities and slick spots.  Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 20s with wind chill values in the single digits.

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A gradual clearing arrive late tonight, allowing temperatures to drop like a rock!  Wake up temperatures will be 4 degrees above zero with stinging wind chill values running 10 to 15 below zero.

TONIGHT TONIGHT LOWS WIND CHILL

It will be a bright but blustery Saturday with a high in the mid teens.  Wind chills will remain below zero throughout the day.

If you are heading out for Valentine’s plans Saturday night, it will be dry but frigid with temperatures falling back into the single digits. The dry conditions end Saturday night with another round of snow moving in by mid morning Sunday.

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Last year, Valentine’s Day was snowy and bitterly cold.  Much of the same returns this year.  Snow showers will move in from west to east Sunday morning.  Periods of snow will continue through the afternoon into the evening.  Keep checking back for the latest on the impacts of your Valentine’s Day plans.

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Another system will move in from the south on Monday.  The track is still a bit up in the air at this point.  Right now, it looks like the best chance of snow will be along and south of I-70.  Afternoon highs will be in the low to mid 30s.

A wintry mix of rain and snow will be possible on Tuesday with highs in the mid 30s.

Warmer air arrives by Thursday with highs in the upper 30s.

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Unseasonably Mild Today, Snow with Arctic Air Returns

It will be unseasonably mild today with southerly breezes allowing temperatures to climb more than 10 degrees above average. Clouds will gradually increase this afternoon, with highs will soar to near 50 degrees.

TODAY PLANNER

HIGHS TODAY

A cold front will arrive later this evening. It will likely be a dry evening as you head out to Super Bowl activities but there is a small chance of a few sprinkles. An upper level system will start to push in overnight. Snow showers will be likely by Monday morning, with lows in the upper 20s.

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Snow showers with snow squalls will fall throughout the day Monday. At times, visibilities will be reduced with blowing snow and slick spots likely.

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Temperatures will only climb into the low 30s by late morning and then gradually fall the rest of the day.

MONDAY PLANNER

More snow showers are likely on Tuesday as well. Temperatures will continue to tumble on Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the mid 20s early Tuesday morning, slowly falling into the upper teens by late day. It will be a breezy day with sustained winds out of the northwest from 15 to 20 mph. Snow totals by Tuesday night will be around 1” to 2”.

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The system will gradually pull out of the Great Lakes by Tuesday evening, taking away most of the snow, with the exception of a few lake enhanced snow showers on Wednesday.

UPPER LEVEL

Wednesday will be a bitter cold day with wind chill values running below zero in the morning. Afternoon highs only climb into the upper teens to near 20 degrees with mostly sunny skies by afternoon.

Thursday will still be frigid but sunny with highs in the mid 20s.

Temperatures will slowly climb out of the deep freeze next weekend.

On this date in Indiana weather history: in 1924, in Indianapolis, the record high temperature for the date is set at 66 degrees.

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Warmer Sunday, Bitter Cold with Snow Next Week

It was a gorgeous February day with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 40s. It will be mostly clear and mild this evening with temperatures only falling into the upper 20s and low 30s.

The winds will increase Sunday but it will still be a pleasant day. Clouds will also increase during the afternoon with a high near 50 degrees. Winds will be out of the southwest from 10 to 20 mph.

SUNDAY PLANNER

HIGHS TOMORROW

A cold front will arrive Sunday evening, bringing a chance of rain. Snow showers will be likely by Monday morning.

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Big changes arrive on Monday as Arctic air returns. After an early high in the low 30s late Monday morning, temperatures will fall. While there won’t be a lot of moisture in the atmosphere, the cold air will generate good snow growth throughout the day Monday. There could be some pockets of heavy snow at times on Monday. An inch or two of snow will be possible by late day.

MONDAY NOON

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More snow showers will be possible on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will fall from Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning, as Arctic air arrives.

WEDNESDAY ARCTIC COLD
Tuesday will be breezy with blowing, drifting and falling snow.

Wind chill values on Wednesday morning will be from zero to 15 below zero.

Temperatures start to trend warmer by the end of the week with another chance of snow on Friday.

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Mild Weekend Before Arctic Air Returns

It will be a quiet and mainly dry first weekend of February. There will be a mix of sun and clouds today with temperatures climbing above average, into the mid 40s.

TODAY PLANNER HIGHS TODAY

Overnight lows only fall into the upper 20s Sunday morning with winds out of the southwest and partly cloudy skies.

TONIGHT

Clouds will increase on Sunday ahead of a cold front. Winds will still turn out of the southwest on Sunday, allowing temperatures to climb to near 50 degrees. It will be a bit breezy too, with sustained wind from 5 to 15 mph.

SUNDAY PLANNER
Rain will move in later Sunday night along a cold front. As temperatures fall early Monday morning, rain will change to snow. Accumulating snow is possible on Monday with around 1” to 2” of snow possible.

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More snow is possible into Tuesday as well. Accumulating snow will be possible too with falling temperatures throughout the day.

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Arctic air will return next week with bitter cold conditions arriving on Wednesday. Wind chill values will be running 5 to 15 below zero.

WEDNESDAY ARCTIC COLD

Temperatures will gradually climb out of the deep freeze by Friday with a chance of snow.

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Mild Again

Another mild day is on tap with temperatures running near 20 degrees above normal. Temperatures have been holding steady in the mid 40s this morning. It will be a cloudy afternoon with a chance of a few showers this afternoon. Winds will be gusty at times, around 25 mph. Afternoon highs will climb into the mid 50s.

TODAY PLANNER

HIGHS TODAY

There is a better chance of a few showers this evening along the cold front. Any rain will move out of the area late this evening. Cooler air moves in behind the front with temperatures eventually dropping into mid 30s.

TONIGHT

Monday will be a transitional day. The skies will slowly clear out to partly sunny by afternoon. It will be cooler but still well above average with highs in the upper 40s.

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A deep area of low pressure will arrive on Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms will become likely by late afternoon.

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There is a low risk of severe thunderstorms south of I-70. Damaging winds will be the main threat although a few isolated tornadoes can’t be ruled out. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated. Keep checking back for the latest as this storm continues to evolve.

TUESDAY RISK

As the low pressure system moves out of the Great Lakes area late Tuesday night, cooler air will arrive on the back side of the system. A few light snow showers will be possible on Wednesday, although no accumulation is expected at this time.WED AM

The colder, more seasonal conditions will continue through the weekend.

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Mild But Wet Sunday

It was an unseasonably mild day with temperatures running more than 20 degrees above average. Temperatures climbed into the upper 50s this afternoon, keeping the record of 65 degrees set back in 2013, safe.

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Here is a viewer photo sent in by Susan Holbert of Brooks School Park in Fishers.  She said the parking lot was full and the park was full of everyone starved for warm, fresh air.  She said it was a glorious day! Agreed!

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Winds out of the south this evening will keep temperatures mild. Overnight lows will only fall into the mid 40s.

EVENING PLANNER

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There is a chance of a few showers during the day Sunday, as a cold front approaches. It will be breezy with winds gusting around 25 mph.

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Afternoon highs will still climb more than 15 degrees above average, into the low 50s.

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Showers will become likely by Sunday evening. Rain will taper off early Monday morning, with cooler air pushing in behind the front Monday morning. Temperatures will fall into the mid 30s.

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Monday will a transitional day with mostly sunny skies by afternoon. It will be a bit cooler but still well above normal, in the upper 40s.

A strong storm system will move in on Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely and some storms could be strong. The Skytrak13 Weather Team will keep you updated on the severe weather potential. Right now, the best chance of severe weather looks to be along the Ohio River Valley.

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Much colder air will arrive behind this system, bringing the chance of a few snow showers on Wednesday.

The cold air will stick around through the weekend.

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Mild Weekend, Storms Next Week

A decent warm up arrives for the weekend, feeling more like mid March rather than the end of January. It will start out mostly sunny this morning with clouds increasing later this afternoon. Winds will pick up out of the southwest today and it will be a bit breezy at times. Afternoon highs will soar into the low 50s.

TODAY PLANNER

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It will be mostly cloudy this evening and it will continue to be mild. Overnight lows will fall into the low 40s.

Sunday will be cloudy and breezy with gusts around 25 mph. There is a chance of light rain during the afternoon with rain becoming likely by late day.

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It will still be unseasonably mild, with highs in the low 50s.SUNDAY PLANNER

Rain will taper off early Monday morning with a gradual clearing to mostly sunny skies. It will be a bit cooler but temperatures will still be running more than 10 degrees above average with highs in the upper 40s.

A strong storm system will move in on Tuesday and Wednesday. A deep low pressure system will track across central Indiana, keeping most of Indiana in the warm sector of the storm. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely by Tuesday afternoon. Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible with heavy rain likely. A few snow showers will be likely on the backside of the system early Wednesday. This system is still developing and we will keep you updated on its track and severe potential.

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Much colder air will arrive behind the cold front on Wednesday and the cold air will stick around through next weekend.

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Dangerously Cold Conditions

A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect tonight through Monday morning for most of Central Indiana.  Wind chills will be running 10 to 20 below zero.

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Dangerously cold conditions will push in tonight as an Arctic high pressure arrives.  The skies will clear and it will be breezy overnight.

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With temperatures falling to zero Monday morning, wind chill values will be running 10 to 20 below zero.

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It’s been almost a year since it’s been this cold.

MONDAY COLD

Avoid spending much time outdoors Monday, as frost bite will be possible to exposed skin in a matter of minutes.  Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, so many schools are already off.

 

Although it will be dry and sunny Monday, temperatures won’t rebound much at all.  Afternoon highs will struggle to climb into the upper single digits and low teens.

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The winds will die down some by the afternoon but wind chills will still remain below zero.

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Tuesday will remain frigid too with another cold start in the low single digits and highs in the upper teens.

The next snow maker arrives on Wednesday morning.  Accumulating snow looks likely with at least a couple of inches of snow likely by afternoon.

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Another round of snow is possible late Thursday night into Friday morning.

Right now, next weekend looks dry and seasonable.

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Dangerously Cold Monday

A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect tonight through Monday morning for most of Central Indiana. Wind chills will be running 10 to 20 below zero.

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An Arctic front will move in today and a few snow showers will be possible this morning into the afternoon. The better chance of snow will be along and north of I-70 with less than a half inch of snow expected.

SNOW POTENTIAL

Snow will move from northwest to southeast, tapering off early Sunday afternoon.

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Temperatures will tumble throughout the day, down into the low teens by late afternoon.

TODAY PLANNER

Drier air moves in behind the Arctic front and that will allow the skies to clear. With Arctic air spilling in behind the front and clear skies, temperatures will fall fast. Temperatures will bottom out at zero Monday morning.

TONIGHT TONIGHT LOWS

It will also be breezy during the overnight and that will lead to dangerously cold wind chills, running 10 to 20 below zero Monday morning.

MONDAY WIND CHILLS

Temperatures won’t rebound much at all on Monday but it will be a dry and sunny day. Afternoon highs only climb to near 10 above.

MONDAY PLANNER

Conditions improve only slightly on Tuesday.

Accumulating snow is possible on Wednesday.

Temperatures will moderate to near normal by the end of the work week.

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Arctic Blast Moves in this Weekend

Patchy fog is developing this morning.  A few areas of freezing drizzle and light snow is possible this morning into the afternoon.   Temperatures will hold near steady in the upper 20s to near 30 today with mostly cloudy skies.

SATURDAY PLANNER

Winter will be tightening its grip the rest of the weekend.  Bitter cold conditions push in later tonight.

UPPER LEVEL

Temperatures overnight will fall into the mid teens by Sunday morning.  Wind chill values will be in the single digits.
TONIGHT

A few light snow showers will be possible Sunday morning through the afternoon, as an Arctic front moves in.

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The best chance of snow accumulations will be north of I-70, with less than an inch of snow expected.

SNOW POTENTIAL

Temperatures will slowly fall through the afternoon Sunday, eventually crashing Monday morning.

MONDAY PLANNER

Monday morning will be brutally cold, with temperatures falling to near zero and wind chills will be running 10 to 20 degrees below zero.

WIND CHILL MONDYA

Temperatures will slowly climb out of the deep chill by mid week with another chance of accumulating snow on Wednesday.

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