The Arctic express by itself is enough to put us in the deep freeze, but a foot of fresh snow on the ground, and a partly clear sky doesn't hurt.
Pardon my frank language: your exposed flesh could be frostbitten in about 10 minutes today. That's why a WIND CHILL WARNING is in place for all of
Winter storm and wind chill warnings first thing this morning.
And now, the second half of a one-two punch for the history books. Wind speed is key today, in two ways. First: You will still encounter visibility
Today: Snow showers and areas of blowing snow. Another inch possible. Winds gusting to 40 mph. Chills from 30 to 40 below. WINTER STORM WARNING until
click here. And just press play below for today's 90 second video update. ]]>
my IndyStar column, where we have maps 'n charts about the big chill coming Sunday and getting worse Monday. Are you ready for the single digits? ]]>