THIS snow storm is different from early January’s history-maker in one important respect. This time the really really cold air holds off longer – which should give road crews a better head start on cleaning up. The thermometer was already down to zero just about six hours after the heavy snow of January 5. This time we should at least hold the upper teens and low to mid 20s, at least until sun down.
There will be more single digit lows tonight, and all of central Indiana will go below zero early Friday morning. A Wind Chill Advisory is already in place for Lafayette over to Frankfort to Kokomo from 5am until Noon Thursday.