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18 January Long-Term

Forecast updated 2:00pm EST - 7 Jan 2011

For Central Indiana, a cold arctic air mass will enter the region late this week.  Snow will fall around the area Thursday evening and end late night.  By Friday morning, low temperatures around the area will be in the single digits with readings below zero just to our north.  If cloud cover from the low pressure stays with us overnight Thursday night into Friday morning, low temperatures will be in the upper single digits to low teens.  If cloud cover dissipates, temperatures will be near zero.  Currently, model guidance indicates that clouds will decrease early Friday morning, allowing low temperatures to plummet near zero.




today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Matt Rudkin & Johnny Martin

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