Short-Range Forecast

Text provided by Grant McKercher

The very cold temperatures and wind chills are expected to continue across Indiana throughout today. Later this evening into Wednesday morning, temperatures are expected to drop a few degrees, but remain above zero degrees Fahrenheit. As a high pressure moves into the area Wednesday afternoon, warm advection from the West will help temperatures return to near the climatological normal.

(temperatures will range from 10 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit Wednesday evening) A small cold front is likely to arrive on Thursday afternoon into Thursday night and there is a slight chance for snow. A quarter to a half an inch of snow is possible for the Northern half of the state.