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  1. Down to 34.9...appears to be all snow and windy!
  2. Down to 39 here and actually a bit of snow is mixing in...just NE of Indy!!
  3. Local Mets in Indy are mentioning a few flakes this evening...nothing like the snowfall maps that have been posted here....
  4. Moderate snow..unfortunately its 35 degrees
  5. Sean Ash in Indy at WTHR..
  6. SREF Plume went from 2.34" to 2.89" here in Indy!
  7. IND NWS: .SHORT TERM /Tonight through Friday Night/... Issued at 400 AM EST Wed Mar 6 2019 Main focus for the short term is on the upper level wave set to move through the area Thursday into early Friday. Situation generally looks similar to recent runs, with the Euro a low end outlier and remainder of the models supporting a light accumulating snowfall mainly Thursday afternoon into the evening. Forecast profiles continue to show drying aloft in the dendritic layer late Thursday night into Friday morning, which may promote a changeover from snow to freezing drizzle during that time frame. Although the degree of this drying is not quite as dramatic this run as in last night`s it is still there, so will carry freezing drizzle late Thursday night changing to drizzle Friday morning as temperatures warm. Expect no more than a light glaze with this at most, but falling on snow complicates the potential impacts a bit. Amounts remain similar if perhaps just a touch less, with 1-3" along and roughly 40-50 miles either side of the I-74 corridor, and an inch or less far southwest, along with the aforementioned potential for a light glazing in spots. The potential for impacts to the Thursday evening and Friday morning commutes may necessitate an advisory, but uncertainty is still a bit too high and we`re still 3-4 periods out, so this will be left for the future. Consensus temperatures were generally reasonable, although they did look a bit warm Thursday afternoon, mainly over the northern half to two thirds with precipitation likely ongoing.
  8. Actually was not a record..Sean Ashe (INDY NBC 13 News) came out and admitted he had the wrong city so no record !!
  9. Indy set a record this morning for having back to back single digit lows in the month of March!
  10. IND NWS: .SHORT TERM /Tonight through Thursday Night/... Issued at 400 AM EST Tue Mar 5 2019 Focus then shifts to Thursday into Thursday night as an upper level system slides through the area. GFS remains the most aggressive of the guidance suite on snowfall but is beginning to see some more support from remainder of the NCEP suite and the Canadian. Euro remains the low end but is looking a bit more like an outlier. Synoptically, the system is not particularly strong, but a few mesoscale factors look to make up for this, with at least a period of a fairly deep dendritic growth zone, on the order of 150-200 mb, and strong midlevel frontogenesis. At this point, expecting a stripe of 2-3" with isolated 4" along and about 40 miles either side of the Interstate 74 corridor, with 1-2" in the Kokomo and Muncie areas, as well southwest of a Terre Haute to Bloomington and North Vernon line, and less than 1" in the Vincennes area. Forecast soundings dry out aloft overnight Thursday night, and thus there will be a chance for lingering precipitation to change over to a light freezing drizzle or perhaps a mix of freezing drizzle and light snow. This could be a complicating factor with respect to impacts and may nudge this toward an advisory event, particularly with impacts to the Thursday evening and Friday morning commutes possible. Consensus temperatures generally appeared reasonable, although did tweak things downward for highs on Thursday with precipitation and widespread cloud cover likely to inhibit warming.
  11. Snow intensifying west of Indy thru Central Illinois..interested to see the intensity when it passes over!
  12. Very light flurries has just begun here..
  13. I think 1" to 2" here...hopefully
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