SUMMARY: Winds will gradually subside through the afternoon, after peaking with a gust of 43 mph at 5:46 this morning. Those winds combined with falling to snow to bring visibilities down for much of the morning rush hours. Prospects for your trip home are (literally) much brighter. Temps tumbled from 30 at 2am to 10 […]
A strengthening area of low pressure will slide through the state in the early morning hours of Tuesday, throwing yet another winter wrench into the rush hour. A Winter Weather Advisory is in place from 1am- 11am for all of Indiana from the Indianapolis “donut” counties to the east and south. This includes Indy, Muncie, […]
Today’s @indystar video previews about an inch of snow overnight tonight, and another Arctic Air intrusion tomorrow. Tuesday morning the snow will stop falling and then the temperature will stop rising.
See the snow that’s still left from yesterday morning? You won’t see it much longer. The most efficient melter is heading our way late this afternoon and tonight. Rain returns, and there could even be some thunder this evening and overnight. There could be a half-inch of rain (yep, that would be a lot of […]
Mrs. P snapped that shot in the front yard of the Studio B Compound Saturday morning. Frost was everywhere as Indiana got the first Arctic air of December. These lows go to eleven! That was the Saturday morning reading in Peru and South Bend. It got down to 13 in Marion, 14 in Lafayette, 15 […]
THURSDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE: Much of our weekend precipitation now appears to coming in the form of rain Saturday afternoon until late evening (say, 10pm-midnight range) Saturday when it will change to snow that should last through Sunday morning. The likely accumulations over much of central Indiana are about 1-3 inches. My listeners north/northwest of Lafayette, […]
A coating of Winter white this morning, and heavy coats this weekend. The Indy totals were under an inch…numbers were closer to an inch southeast of the city. The Arctic Air is poised to pummel our thermometers Friday evening into the weekend. All the details on the many weather pages of PP Dot Com. Plan on […]
Yesterday’s snow totaled .8″ on the official National Weather Service Yardstick. Matt Rust of WQME in Anderson tells me this morning it looks like about an inch on the ground. That’s it until Thursday, when we’re in line for an inch or two more. The weekend still promises Arctic Air.