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Same old, same cold
Little relief expected for several days
Staff, Wire Services
Friday, February 07, 2014 10:00 AM
Indiana has been plunged into the deep freeze again with temperatures falling to more than 10 degrees below zero in some places.
The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for roughly the northern two-thirds of the state through midday today.
Overnight lows in the Courierarea reached 7 degrees below in North Vernon, according to the National Weather Service. Downtown Madison recorded a low of 3.6 degrees and Kent came in a 2 degrees below.
The lowest temperatures reported early today were 14 below in Terre Haute and 13 below in Fort Wayne and Bloomington. Temperatures hit about 5 below in Indianapolis and South Bend, while Evansville was about 5 degrees above zero.
The Courierarea forecast calls for about one inch of snow tonight with temperatures in the low teens. Saturday and Sunday should see temperatures in the mid-20s with a 50 percent chance of snow both days. No major accumulations to snow are expected.
The cold continues into next week with highs only expected on the mid-20s before a slight warmup on Wednesday.
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