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The last of the arctic blast today followed by a messy weekend storm system

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The Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect through 11am this morning. At times wind chills will be as low as -20 with temperatures near 0.  With temperatures like this, frostbite can set in within 15-30 minutes. You will need the hat, mittens, scarf and winter coat today. You will want to cover all exposed skin and limit your time outdoors.


Even this afternoon, wind chills will stay below 0 with highs in the teens and a sunny sky.


Our weather becomes a lot more active this weekend. We have ALL precipitation types in the forecast from Friday night through Sunday morning.  Precipitation will start off as snow by 7pm Friday evening across northern Indiana.


After midnight, precip will become more widespread and change to all rain.


We will pick up between 0.5" to 0.75" of rain on Saturday. With high temperatures in the 40s and the rain in the forecast, you can expect all the snow to melt.


Rain will change BACK to snow by early Sunday morning with ANOTHER arctic blast in the forecast.


We will have a sharp change in temperatures from Saturday to Sunday.


That cold lingers into next week.


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