Expect icy roads overnight and colder temperatures with flurries through the end of the week

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11pm Update: The combination of cold air and gusty winds will cause to snow to blow over road and bridges causing numerous slick spots overnight. Dozens of schools have already announced closings and delays for Thursday.

Up to five inches of snow fell across central Indiana on Wednesday. The snow on the ground will now help keep temperatures cold. Lows will tumble into the teens overnight and highs will stay below freezing during the day Thursday. This will be a long stretch of sub-freezing weather with temperatures not rising above 32 degree until Friday afternoon. We’ll have mostly cloudy skies with flurries for the next two days.

Our weather will moderate over the weekend with highs near 40 on Saturday. March will come in like a lamb on Sunday with high temperatures in the 50s.

One to five inches of snow fell across the state Wednesday.
Sixteen counties are under Travel Advisories through Thursday morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues through 1am Thurdsay.
Temperatures will be near 20 degrees for the morning rush hour.

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