Tonight: Dangerous travel conditions continue through the overnight hours as snow continues to add up across the region. Some mixed precipitation may also occur in our southeast counties. Be very careful if traveling tonight and through the Thursday morning commute. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 1:00 PM Thursday.
Tomorrow: Snow will continue tomorrow morning. When all is said and done, Muncie and areas off to the north and west are expecting 3-5 inches and areas off to the southeast of Muncie are expecting 1-3 inches, with some additional sleet and freezing rain in these locations. The snow will gradually taper off in the afternoon, with falling temperatures, strong northwest winds, and bitterly cold wind chills. Bundle up and be careful outdoors tomorrow.
7-Day Forecast: Valentine's Day will be very cold, with morning wind chills likely well below zero. We slowly start to warm up heading into next week, however, with well above normal temperatures arriving by Monday and Tuesday. Some rain showers are also possible during this time before temperatures return to more seasonable levels by midweek. Be safe from the snow and cold the next two days!
---Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley
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