Light snow diminishes quickly this afternoon as low pressure departs to the east. However, the brisk wind remains firm and pushes wind chills into the lower teens and single digits as temperatures drop into the mid-20s by 5pm. What a dramatic change in less than 24 hours, with many areas 30-35 degrees colder than Tuesday afternoon!
Wind remains sustained at 25 to 30mph this afternoon before diminishing into the 5 to 15mph range overnight.
Lows tomorrow morning drop into the single digits with wind chills at or below zero for many locations… setting the stage for an unseasonably cold day in Central Indiana.
Highs tomorrow will be closer to the average low than average high, but we're still expecting a quick recovery into the middle 50s Friday as the southwest flow returns. We'll need to watch Sunday for possible storm development across the Ohio Valley, though there remains much uncertainty in long range guidance. Have a great afternoon and thanks for visiting the blog – Sean Ash