The week gets off to a mild start on the anniversary of the Blizzard of 1978.

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Oddly enough, we are talking about a warm up during what is typically the coldest part of the year. Milder air flowed into the state on Monday and pushed high temperatures into the 40s.  Ahead of a cold front we'll have light rain overnight and behind the front we'll have temperatures falling into the lower 30s on Tuesday and Wednesday. Later this week we'll see a warm up with highs in the 50s this weekend.  Today marks the anniversary of first blizzard warning being issued for central Indiana and also the genesis of one of our most historic storms.


So far we've only had half of our average winter snow.


Today marks the anniversary of the beginning of the Blizzard of 1978.


Expect clouds and flurries on Tuesday.


Skies will clear on Wednesday but temperatures will stay cold.

Regional Front Map

Snow showers are likely early Thursday.

Regional Front Map1

High pressure will bring a full day of sunshine on Friday.

Regional Front Map2

Warmer weather moves in this weekend.

Regional Front Map3

We'll have a chance for rain by Sunday.

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