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Lake-effect snow to bury the Great Lakes into this weekend

Lake-effect snow to bury the Great Lakes into this weekend

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January 26, 2017  – AccuWeather reports a return of cold air into the northeastern United States will trigger a significant lake-effect snow event over the next several days. A storm moving through the Northeast prior to the end of the week will help drag cold air southward from Canada in its wake. Rain showers will […]

Winter’s icy air, rounds of snow to blast eastern US into February

Winter’s icy air, rounds of snow to blast eastern US into February

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January 25, 2017  – AccuWeather reports much colder air will sweep into the eastern United States later this week and will have staying power well into February. A storm producing snow over the Upper Midwest into Thursday will help usher in the change in the weather pattern. The return to colder weather will follow […]

Storm to batter northeastern US with wind, rain and interior snow

Storm to batter northeastern US with wind, rain and interior snow

A storm will bring major disruptions to the northeastern United States into Tuesday. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January 23, 2017  – AccuWeather reports the same storm that triggered the outbreak of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms across the South over the weekend will sweep up the East Coast. Rain to ease dryness, trigger localized flooding An area of locally […]

Subzero Wind Chills Through Early Afternoon And Again Tonight

Subzero Wind Chills Through Early Afternoon And Again Tonight

Arctic air will remain over the area through early Sunday. Temperatures near or just below zero early this morning will only warm into the teens later today…then fall back into the single digits tonight. West-northwest winds will make it feel even colder with subzero wind chills through early this afternoon and again tonight. If you […]

Christmas weekend storm to unfold with snow, wind and severe weather in central US

Christmas weekend storm to unfold with snow, wind and severe weather in central US

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – December 20, 2016  – AccuWeather reports snow, wind and rain could threaten travel over a large part of the central United States this weekend, centered on Christmas Day. While only minor weather-related travel issues are anticipated for much of the nation this week, a large and major storm will develop during the Christmas weekend. […]

Icy Conditions Possible Tonight

Icy Conditions Possible Tonight

A wintry mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet are possible at times tonight across parts of central Indiana. Precipitation may initially fall as snow, before changing over to a mix of freezing rain and sleet, and eventually changing over to all rain. While air temperatures will rise above freezing fairly quickly tonight with southerly […]

Cold weather advisory / warming stations opened.

Cold weather advisory / warming stations opened.

Wind chill advisory -5 to-20 this morning Extremely dangerous to anyone outside and/or unprotected Please bring pets inside Need emergency assistance? Call 288-HELP All Muncie Fire Stations and City Hall open as emergency warming stations 7am Wednesday through Friday of this week Instructions: Bring pets indoors. Ensure water pipes don’t freeze. Dress for freezing weather […]

Winter storm to create messy travel along 1,200-mile swath of central US

Winter storm to create messy travel along 1,200-mile swath of central US

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – December 14, 2016  – AccuWeather reports a storm will create dangerous travel conditions across a 1,200-mile swath of the central United States into the weekend. Blizzard conditions could develop in major hubs such as Denver and Chicago. People from the Rockies to the northern Plains and Upper Midwest are bracing for a new round […]

Winter weather continues to hit central Indiana with heavy snow

Winter weather continues to hit central Indiana with heavy snow

Cold temperatures to follow tonight and tomorrow. Snow is falling at rates of more than one inch inches per hour in some central locations. Weather forecasters are predicting greater snowfall rates and accumulations than originally expected across central Indiana today, especially along the I-70 corridor. Snow is falling at rates of more than one inch […]

Snow Expected to Impact During Tuesday Morning Commute

Snow Expected to Impact During Tuesday Morning Commute

A quick moving upper wave and Arctic front will merge over central Indiana Tuesday morning to produce snow…likely beginning right around the morning commute. Snow will continue into early afternoon before tapering off. Total snowfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are anticipated at most locations near and north of Interstate 70…with lower amounts further […]

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