Second snowiest January on record

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Nicole Misencik

The snow total at the Indianapolis National Weather Service was 1.5" of snow from this last winter blast. That bumps us into the second snowiest January in Indiana weather history.

Will we make a run at number one? Well, we'd have to hit 30.6" of snow by Friday night at 11:59pm.

Today temps will fall into the single digits by the afternoon with wind gusts out of the west up to 40mph.

Tonight we fall to 2 degrees with partly cloudy skies.

As we get closer to daybreak Sunday morning, more snow moves in. 1-3" of snow looks likely Sunday. The steadiest snow looks to fall from 6am to noon, however, scattered light snow showers will remain in the forecast through Monday morning.

Speaking of Monday, check out the cold blast coming our way! At times wind chills will feel like -40. Please prepare for this dangerous cold, and stay safe!