Tracking light snow Thursday morning along with frigid wind chills

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We’re tracking light snow around central Indiana for Thursday morning. No significant accumulation is expected and the snow is expected to move through quickly.

Expect a cloudy and bitterly cold start around the area with subzero wind chills and single-digit temperatures. Highs for Thursday will reach the teens, with a projected high of 19 degrees this afternoon for Indianapolis.

Some accumulating snow is expected in central Indiana Friday night into Saturday morning, with higher accumulations north of the I-70 corridor. Snow will taper off in the afternoon Saturday.

New Year’s Eve will be cold but dry. Our arctic blast will continue through next week, with more accumulating snow possible Wednesday.

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