Ten AM? Ten AM! It was great. Happy New Year.
A Winter Weather Advisory for central Indiana goes from 7pm tonight through 7pm Thursday. The forecast for 2-4 inches of snow remains, but it really doesn’t kick in for central Indiana until after sunset. In fact, you can get outside and walk/run this afternoon – make good on that resolution lol. Temps will be milder south of Lafayette and Muncie. Highs there will only be about freezing, but highs along the I-70 corridor, including Terre Haute, Indy and Richmond, should hit the upper 30s.
Different story in Michiana. As expected the snow is ongoing…piling up most in Michigan. The snow tonight and tomorrow will bring final totals to 6-10 inches. The Winter Weather Advisory for northern Indiana goes until 4pm Thursday.
Much colder air arrives tomorrow. Lows tonight/highs tomorrow will be right around 20. Winds will gust up to 30 mph from the north, which cause some drifting on east-west roads. Chills tomorrow will be in the single digits.
A significant Arctic blast will arrive late this weekend, starting with more accumulating snow Sunday. The snow is likely to be at least as heavy as what is expected tonight and tomorrow. It will be followed by temps Monday and Tuesday that could stay below zero all day.
I bring you warm wishes for 2014. (At least non-professionally.)