Wind chills will remain from 15 to 20 below through Monday morning, so the Wind Chill Advisory continues until then for central Indiana, excepting Bloomington and Columbus. People there are basking in chills of only ten to twenty below.
Stayed ONE above zero in Indy & Muncie. Two above in Bloomington & the Haute. #GlassHalfFull Chills generally 15-20 below, tho.
— Paul Poteet Dot Com (@PaulPoteet) January 18, 2016
Tuesday is dry, with high pressure still in control at the surface. Chills should finally get back above zero by late morning. Clouds will increase by Tuesday night.
As much as four inches of snow could fall Wednesday to the south and west of Indy. Most of central Indiana will see totals from one to three inches, and most of that will accumulate between Midnight and Noon Wednesday.
A big storm rolls up through the southeast at the end of the work week. At the moment it appears it will be far enough away to not produced heavy snow here Friday, but at least another covering is possible before a quieter weekend.
The average high today is 35 and the average low is 20. Records are 64 and -22. The sun rises at 8:03 am and sets at 5:48 pm.
INDY SEVEN DAY FORECAST
Today: WIND CHILL ADVISORY until Noon. Mostly sunny. High 10.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Chills still below zero. Low 3.
Tuesday: Partly sunny. High 17.
Tuesday Night: Clouds increase. Chance of snow after midnight. Low 15.
Wednesday: Cloudy with some snow. Accumulations of 1-3 inches possible. Wind gusting to 30 mph. High 28.
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy. Low 18.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 30.
Thursday Night: Chance of snow after midnight. Low 23.
Friday: Cloudy with a chance of snow. Lighter accumulations. High 30.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy. Low 20.
Saturday: Partly sunny. High 32.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. Low 23.
Sunday: Clouds increase. Chance of snow by evening. High 37.