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Tonight: Winter sure has settled in across Central Indiana, with our first big snow event in the books, followed by very cold temperatures. A recap of snowfall totals from yesterday from the NWS Indianapolis can be found here: https://www.weather.gov/ind/nov11122019snowandcold. The bitter cold is expected to continue tonight, with lows dropping into the single digits and wind chills falling below zero for many locations. Be sure to take some precautions to prevent your outdoor pipes from potentially freezing before you go to bed tonight.
Tonight: Colder temperatures will be going even lower tonight to accommodate the falling snow. Low temperatures dropping to nearly 17 degrees with moderate winds of 10-15 miles per hour on average. By far the coldest night we've had this fall and even lower temperatures will be brought tonight and tomorrow so stay warm and bundle up.
At last, the first accumulating snow event of the season has arrived! A cold front will approach East Central Indiana from the northwest, bringing isolated showers tonight and widespread snow tomorrow. The morning will start out mostly dry, but a few rain showers turning into snow will be possible before noon.
Tonight: Be prepared for a rather chilly night tonight. Dropping all the way down to 23 degrees can be quite a shock for many this time of year. Winds averaging out to about 5-8 miles per hour making to add a little more chill to the night. Bundle up and stay warm when you're out and about!
MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) - With an Arctic blast of cold air on the way for the beginning of next week, this week is the perfect time to prepare for the season ahead.
Tonight: Bundle up if you are heading out tonight! Temperatures are going to fall down into the low 20s. Tonight will be mainly clear with light winds coming out of the NW at 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Overnight tonight we will be seeing mostly clear skies through the night. Lows drop into the mid 20s with breezy conditions making wind chills become a factor. That's not a phrase anyone wanted to hear this early in the season, but here we are.
Tonight: Tonight is looking to be clear with a calm breeze, temperatures dipping near freezing in the mid-30s. Slight cloud coverage promises a clear evening which will lead towards warming temperatures tomorrow.
Today: All the morning sprinkles are out of the area, giving way to mostly sunny skies. Winds are from the WNW at 10-20 mph. It will feel like a typical fall day with a high around 50.
Tonight: After a relatively mild day today, temperatures begin to fall thanks to a passing cold front. The front will keep skies mostly cloudy and a few showers are possible until around 2-3AM. Lows will bottom out in the mid-to-upper 30's.
Tonight - This evening there is a 20% of showers. Skies will be mostly cloudy, and temperatures will drop to around 38 degrees.
Tonight: Tonight will be partly cloudy and chilly, with temperatures dipping below freezing. It's looking to be a clear evening, but going into tomorrow we can expect to see some instances of snow and rain.
Today: Starting off the morning cold with temperatures in the 20's and just expecting a steady climb throughout the day. It will remain a cold day so make sure you bundle up as you head out the door. Skies will generally stay clear although some clouds could move in through the day especially this afternoon.
Tonight: The rain/snow mix looks to end before midnight with skies clearing out overnight. Wind gusts will continue to be high as they could approach 40 mph. Our low temperatures will bottom out to around 27 degrees. Our ***WIND ADVISORY*** will continue until midnight tonight. Wayne county will be under a ***FREEZE WARNING*** from 11 PM tonight until 11 AM tomorrow morning.
Tonight: The main story will be the rain. Expect the rain to stick around for the rest of the night. Temperatures will be cool and winds will be mild from 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Pretty gloomy evening tonight, More rain but only getting down to 46. So it's not going to be much colder than today.
Tonight: Hope you have the opportunity to enjoy the weather this evening because big changes are on the way tonight. Waves of rain will move in starting late tonight. Temperatures will fall into the mid-40s as the rain begins to fall.
Tonight: Tonight is looking to be the same as today, gray and dreary but it will be a bit cooler than during the day. Temperature wise it will be around 43 degrees with overcast conditions, winds will remain fairly calm so if there are any plans you have bring a light jacket just in case!