Another quick snow maker will move through Central Indiana tonight, as arctic air gets ready to settle into the state.
Snow will likely move in after 10pm. This will be a very fast system, with wind gusts up to 30 to 45mph, creating blowing and drifting snow, along with possible white out conditions. Along and north of I-70 a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until noon Monday.
Very cold air will move in behind the snow. A Wind Chill Warning goes into effect Monday, and will continue through Wednesday. Very strong winds will be with us through Wednesday.
Monday morning we wake up to temps near 0, warm up to 2, then drop to -10 by midnight. It will feel more like -15 to -30.
Our coldest morning comes Tuesday, when the actual air temp will be around -17, and wind chills will feel like -40.
This is dangerous cold, please be safe and check on friends, neighbors, and pets.
A warm up is coming our way for next weekend, with highs near freezing, and a chance of a rain/snow mix. We’ll be watching next weekends temps very closely.