The 2.4 inches of snow received in Indy was enough to push the "snow year' total to 54.7 inches, which means we are now just 3.6 inches of snow away
Today's @indystar video has two for Tuesday - two quiet days before we the next storm. That one brings rain and thunderstorms. I'll show you how much
As expected, up to two inches of Sunday morning snow fell north of Indy, including Lafayette and Muncie. By the time you got south to the Airport,
This afternoon's @indystar video update has some updated specifics on the best snow chances this weekend. Also: the update Snow Scoreboard, and how
First the ETA on our *next* snow: 12-1pm Lafayette 1-2pm Indy 2-3pm Muncie, Richmond (More coverage here.) (My Huge Radar here.) Thursday's
Let's go to the scoreboard: Indy will have the fifth consecutive day of 90+ weather, and the 21st (!) consecutive day of no measurable precipitation.
Not as windy today, and once we go above freezing, we'll stay there through the work week. Click here to listen to a forecast update for Indiana
The official Indy snow total was 3.6 inches Thursday. That brings the seasonal scoreboard up to 27.2 inches. Typical snow for the ENTIRE season in