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Bitter cold and more chances for snow

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INDIANAPOLIS -

Bitter cold will be the concern overnight and early Wednesday. 

We are forecasting temperatures in the range of 0 to -6 degrees overnight.  This is dangerous cold and it will last through the end of the week. We encourage you to check on your family, friends and neighbors.  Your pets and home will need extra attention, too. 

Temperatures will struggle all day Wednesday. We will only be near 12 degrees by lunch, with forecast highs in the teens. We are tracking another chance for light snow later Wednesday through early Thursday. Another inch or so will be possible. 

Wind chills Thursday and Friday will be as cold as 20 to 25 below zero, so additional school delays are likely.  

As we've advertised for a few days now, the coldest air of winter may be yet to come.  Long range indicators keep confidence medium to high on another string of sub-zero lows early next week, and highs Tuesday in the single digits.  

This will be preceded by yet another snow system(s) this weekend.  It's been quite a winter so far, and a long way to go!

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