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Another Winter Storm Coming


Winter is rearing its ugly head again.

Many parts of the state area bracing for snowfall amounts ranging from 1 to 8 inches. National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Ryan says the snow is expected to hit in the afternoon in the Wabash Valley area and continue through the overnight period across the state.

Ryan says areas south and west of I-74 are expected to receive 2 to 5 inches by Wednesday morning. The Vincennes/Washington area is expected to see only 1 to 2 inches of snow. Indianapolis metro will likely get 4 to 6 inches, beginning in the early afternoon through the evening hours.

The Kokomo/Tipton area could see 6 to 8 inches, and Ryan says some areas could see more than 8 inches. Ryan expects the heaviest snowfall to occur during the early portion of the overnight hours across Central Indiana. He says wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour could also cause blowing and drifting on roadways.


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