Thursday we picked up 3.6″ of snow in Indianapolis. That puts us at 27.2″ of snow so far this winter. On average, a typical winter season brings us 27.1″ of snow… so yes… we’ve already met that! We’ve had eight days with at least one inch of snow. (Our seasonal average is nine) We’ve had five days with at least three inches of snow. (Our seasonal average is five) December 2010 was our 3rd snowiest December with 16.6” of snow. So far this month we’ve 10.6”. We need another 6.5” to make this the 10th snowiest January on record.
Now, today’s forecast. One word… brr! Highs today will only reach about 13 degrees. Subzero wind chills will be with us most of the day. Expect temps to feel like -15 to 0.
Overnight, temps drop to about 9 degrees with a chance for light snow.
Light snow is possible Saturday with highs in the mid 20s. No major accumulation is expected with this system. We could see up to an inch of snow.
Our next chance of a few inches of snow could come Monday and Tuesday. There’s no break from this winter blast!