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Winter Storm Watch Issued

By · December 23, 2012 at 7:53 pm

A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for Central Indiana from 7pm Tuesday night through 7pm Wednesday night.

At least five inches of snow is possible, and at this point up to nine inches of snow is possible.  The Watch has been issued early, so you can plan around the significant storm expected to come our way.  At times snow is expected to be heavy, and wind gusts around 3o to 40 mph, visibility will be very limited making travel dangerous at times.  That said, if the track of the storm changes, we could be updating snowfall totals to less or more.  Stay tuned for the exact timing as this system develops.

Until then, we could see a few slick spots Monday. 

Freezing drizzle and spotty showers are possible in the morning.

Christmas Day looks dry with temps in the upper 30s.

It’s late Christmas night that the winter weather moves in… we’ll keep you posted on any and all changes in the forecast.



Thank you for the early warning!


If they look at the last Euro models I think they. Need to move that south more


Brad… we will continue to analyze everything as it comes in. As you know, the National Weather Service issues all watches and warnings.


Irene… you are welcome!


Thank you for advanced warning. Better keep flat chuck inside or he will getlost in the snow.


is 5+ inches possible for the muncie area?? some of the news channels are keeping the heavy accumulations west of indy it looks like.


Tanner… as stated in the blog… the general thought is 5+ inches. We will have to wait on the exact track of the system to hash out totals.

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