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Enough to Shovel and Plow…Again

By · December 28, 2012 at 9:04 pm

Bands of moderate to heavy snow have developed this evening bringing accumulating snow to parts of Central Indiana. Areas from Brownsburg to Northwest Indy to Zionsville to Carmel have picked up 1-3″ already with more snow to come, pushing in from southwest to northeast.

Early reports so far:

3″ 71st & Guion in NW Indianapolis
2.5″ 10th & Country Club Road on the West Side of Indy
2″ Zionsville
2″ Clermont
2″ Fishers
1″ Brownsburg

A Winter Weather Advisory continues ’til 7am for areas south and east of Indy. Roads could get slick and snow could cause some travel woes, but this storm is very different from our last one because we have fairly light winds this time around.

I’ve revised the snow forecast up a little more to account for the band that set up from Greencastle to Carmel to Muncie this evening. Now 3-6″ accumulations are possible including in the Indy Metro points south.

We’re not done. Late Monday into early New Year’s Day, another system moves through that could start as a wintry mix or rain, then turn to snow. Minor accumulation is possible. Then the coldest air of the season barrels in by late next week. Highs may not make it out of the teens and lows could be in the single digits!

Be safe!
-Chikage

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1 Comments

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If Columbus, Indiana’s snow equipment is breaking down, why wasn’t it upgraded/fixed in the summer time in anticipation of the current winter season ?

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