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NWS Indianapolis, IN

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A reminder that winter is just around the corner will arrive for the end of the week as a cold front crosses passes through the region, followed by sharply colder and more unsettled weather. Rain showers are expected today and will mix with, then change over to snow showers during the late afternoon and evening as much colder air advances south into the Hoosier state. Temperatures will fall from the lower 40s this morning to the 30s by late afternoon. This combined with wind gusts as high as 35-40 mph and the light rain and snow showers will make for blustery...miserable conditions outdoors this evening. Make sure to bundle up as wind chills will fall into the 20s on Friday evening. Precipitation will end late Friday night. Expect a widespread freeze both Saturday and Sunday mornings with lows in the mid 20s to around 30.


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