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How Low Did it Go?

By · September 24, 2012 at 1:46 pm

It was a frosty morning across most surburban and outlying spots in Central Indiana! Low temperatures include 39 for Indy officially (2nd straight day), 32 for Zionsville and 33 for Lafayette.

This map from the National Weather Service shows the range of lows across the state.

And here’s a map with more lows.

Here’s a list of some lows from cooperative observing stations:
– NORTHWEST –

Valparaiso (Porter County) 37
Wanatah (Porter County) 28
Francesville (Pulaski County) 32
Chalmers (White County) 37

– NORTH CENTRAL –

Rochester (Fulton County) 36
Plymouth (Marshall County) 36

– NORTHEAST –
Decatur (Adams County) 34
Woodburn (Allen County) 33
Garrett (De Kalb County) 34
Huntington (Huntington County) 33
Angola (Steuben County) 32
Bluffton (Wells County) 36

– WEST CENTRAL –
Crawfordsville (Mongtomer County) 33
Spencer (Owen County) 34
Greencastle (Putnam County) 32
West Lafayette (Tippecanoe County) 31
Perrysville (Vermillion County) 32

– CENTRAL –
Columbus (Bartholomew County) 38
Greensburg (Decatur County) 36
Marion (Grant County) 35
Carmel (Hamilton County) 35
Greenfield (Hancock County) 37
Jamestown (Hendricks County) 35
Franklin (Johnson County) 39
Elwood (Madison County 35)
Middletown (Madison County) 33
SE Indianapolis (Marion County) 37
Martinsville (Morgan County) 33
Rushville (Rush County) 37
Shelbyville (Shelby County) 37
Tipton (Tipton County) 36

– EAST CENTRAL –
Hartford City (Blackford County) 37
New Castle (Henry County) 33

– SOUTH CENTRAL –
Bedford (Lawrence County) 35
Oolitic (Lawrence County) 34
Bloomington (Monroe County) 39
French Lick (Orange County) 37

Milder air with sunny skies and southwest winds will continue to help our temperatures rebound. This afternoon, temps should reach upper 60s.

Tomorrow, we’ll turn milder with more clouds and rain. Scattered showers and storms are likely through Wednesday, then there’s a chance of showers and storms Thursday and Friday – though the best chance is south of the Metro. Rain totals could reach 1/2″ to the north, 2″ through the end of the week.

Finally, our Hoosier Pic at noon courtesy of Harold Atkinson who says it was a very busy weekend at Anderson Orchards. Fall is in the air…and apple lovers are taking advantage! Share your pic here: https://www.facebook.com/ChikageWindlerFanPage or here: https://www.facebook.com/WTHR13

Take Care!
-Chikage

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