fehnel practice forecast


FORECAST UPDATED: 1:15 pm EST Thursday January 16, 2014 by Brad Fehnel (bfehnel@purdue.edu)

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Colder air makes its way into the state following the current clipper system. Snow showers will linger in southern portions of Indiana on Friday morning. More snow will enter the state from the northwest in the afternoon hours. Total new snow accumulation should be around 1” in most locations with possibly higher amounts along the northern border of Indiana. High temperatures will struggle to reach 20 for the northern 2/3rds of the state.


Another clipper system will move through the state on late Saturday and into Sunday bringing another round of snow. Models currently show a brief warm up for Monday followed by cooler temperatures and a parade of clipper systems for the rest of the week.


   

Forecast map valid midnight-midnight: Friday, January 17, 2014.


 
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