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Feb3longtermforecast

Forecast updated 1:00pm EST - 3 Feb 2011

For Friday and Saturday in Indiana we are staying mostly clear for the most part due to a high pressure in our area. With that being said, we still do have a slight chance for some snow showers on Saturday due some upper-level disturbances in the area.
Temperatures for the next two days will stay in the upper 20s to lower 30s across the state. Sunday evening into Monday is our next chance to see significant amount of snow. Although, the forcings are not too strong. Thus, we should only expect 1-3 inches state wide once the storm moves out Tuesday morning.

The weather graphic below indicates conditions predicted by the GFS model
at 7pm Sunday 6 Feb 2011.  The Yellow contours show sea level pressure,
 and the color fills indicate precipiation amounts. As far as amounts, the lighter blue color will see about 1 inch
and the darker blue color will see around 1-3 inches across Indiana. Have a great day!

today's long-range forecast graphic was produced by Brittany Herrholtz



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