We're not getting a break from the cold temperatures. Today's high will only top out in the teens, about 30 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Winds will gust out of the northwest up to 30 mph making temperatures in the teens feel like sub-zero readings.
These temperatures are well below our normal low of 27 and high of 45 for this time of year.
Skies will remain clear Thursday night, allowing temperatures to fall to 2 degrees. Wind chills will range from -10 to zero.
Friday clouds will be on the increase with highs in the upper 20s. Friday night into Saturday morning up to 1″ of snow is possible.
Saturday night into Sunday, our next winter storm develops. It's still early to try to determine snow totals, but models call for heavier snow along and north of Interstate 70. Temperatures are trending colder, so that would mean mostly snow for the majority of Central Indiana.
We will keep you posted, but for now, here's how the winter storm looks to play out. We're still monitoring the track of this system, and of course we will update you with the latest developments.
There's more cold in the 7 day, so our winter pattern isn't over yet.