Bloomington, IN (47401)

6:54 PM EST on February 08, 2016 (GMT -0500)
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Elev 764 ft 39.07 °N, 86.50 °W | Updated 12 minutes ago

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24.4 °F
Feels Like 17 °F
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Wind Variable Wind from WNW

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--% Chance of Precip.
Yesterday
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Precip. -- in
Pressure 29.80 in
Visibility 5.0 miles
Clouds Few 1700 ft
Scattered Clouds 2500 ft
Overcast 5500 ft
Windchill 17 °F
Dew Point 19 °F
Humidity 80%
Rainfall 0.02 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:45 AM 6:14 PM
New Moon, 0% visible
SPECI KBMG 082351Z 29008KT 5SM -SN FEW017 SCT025 OVC055 M05/M08 A2980 RMK AO2 P0000
Pressure 29.80 in
Visibility 5.0 miles
Clouds Few 1700 ft
Scattered Clouds 2500 ft
Overcast 5500 ft
Windchill 17 °F
Dew Point 19 °F
Humidity 80%
Rainfall 0.02 in
Snow Depth Not available.
7:45 AM 6:14 PM
New Moon, 0% visible
SPECI KBMG 082351Z 29008KT 5SM -SN FEW017 SCT025 OVC055 M05/M08 A2980 RMK AO2 P0000

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Special Statement
Issued: 3:49 PM EST Feb. 8, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Winter returns as snow... wind and cold temperatures combine to
produce hazardous travel conditions at times through Wednesday...

A strong upper level low will settle southeast over northern
Indiana tonight and move slowly east through midweek. The upper
low... increased moisture and northwest winds off Lake Michigan
will result in widespread snow showers and squalls across central
Indiana through Tuesday evening. The snow showers will be less
numerous by Tuesday night and end across northeastern parts of
central Indiana by late Wednesday. In addition... very cold air
will filter in over the Ohio Valley. Highs by Wednesday are not
likely to rise out of the teens with subzero wind chills overnight
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and again overnight Wednesday
night and Thursday morning.

The combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and near whiteout conditions in heavier
squalls... especially late this afternoon and evening... then again
Tuesday and Tuesday evening. The snow and wind will create
hazardous travel conditions across central Indiana with icy and
snow covered roadways. Accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are possible
by late Wednesday with the highest amounts near and east of a
Kokomo to Rushville line. Locally higher amounts will occur where
heavier squalls persist.

Motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility in snow squalls at times through midweek.

Stay tuned to NWS Indianapolis for forecast updates as this system
moves into the area.


Ryan


349 PM EST Mon Feb 8 2016

... Winter returns as snow... wind and cold temperatures combine to
produce hazardous travel conditions at times through Wednesday...

A strong upper level low will settle southeast over northern
Indiana tonight and move slowly east through midweek. The upper
low... increased moisture and northwest winds off Lake Michigan
will result in widespread snow showers and squalls across central
Indiana through Tuesday evening. The snow showers will be less
numerous by Tuesday night and end across northeastern parts of
central Indiana by late Wednesday. In addition... very cold air
will filter in over the Ohio Valley. Highs by Wednesday are not
likely to rise out of the teens with subzero wind chills overnight
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and again overnight Wednesday
night and Thursday morning.

The combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and near whiteout conditions in heavier
squalls... especially late this afternoon and evening... then again
Tuesday and Tuesday evening. The snow and wind will create
hazardous travel conditions across central Indiana with icy and
snow covered roadways. Accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are possible
by late Wednesday with the highest amounts near and east of a
Kokomo to Rushville line. Locally higher amounts will occur where
heavier squalls persist.

Motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility in snow squalls at times through midweek.

Stay tuned to NWS Indianapolis for forecast updates as this system
moves into the area.


Ryan

349 PM EST Mon Feb 8 2016

... Winter returns as snow... wind and cold temperatures combine to
produce hazardous travel conditions at times through Wednesday...

A strong upper level low will settle southeast over northern
Indiana tonight and move slowly east through midweek. The upper
low... increased moisture and northwest winds off Lake Michigan
will result in widespread snow showers and squalls across central
Indiana through Tuesday evening. The snow showers will be less
numerous by Tuesday night and end across northeastern parts of
central Indiana by late Wednesday. In addition... very cold air
will filter in over the Ohio Valley. Highs by Wednesday are not
likely to rise out of the teens with subzero wind chills overnight
Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and again overnight Wednesday
night and Thursday morning.

The combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and near whiteout conditions in heavier
squalls... especially late this afternoon and evening... then again
Tuesday and Tuesday evening. The snow and wind will create
hazardous travel conditions across central Indiana with icy and
snow covered roadways. Accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are possible
by late Wednesday with the highest amounts near and east of a
Kokomo to Rushville line. Locally higher amounts will occur where
heavier squalls persist.

Motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility in snow squalls at times through midweek.

Stay tuned to NWS Indianapolis for forecast updates as this system
moves into the area.


Ryan


1133 am EST Mon Feb 8 2016

... Winter returns as snow... wind and cold temperatures combine to
produce hazardous travel conditions this afternoon through
Wednesday...

A strong upper level low will settle southeast over northern
Indiana today and weaken as it moves to the Appalachians Tuesday
night. The upper low... increased moisture and northwest winds off
Lake Michigan will result in widespread snow showers and squalls
across central Indiana beginning this afternoon. The snow showers
will be less numerous by Tuesday night and end across northeastern
parts of central Indiana by late Wednesday. In addition... very
cold air will filter in over the Ohio Valley. Highs by Wednesday
are not likely to rise out of the teens with subzero wind chills
overnight Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and again overnight
Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Snow showers have quickly increased in coverage and will continue
to do so through the afternoon... especially along and south of
Interstate 70. There is a potential for heavier snow squalls this
afternoon through Tuesday. Scattered snow showers will continue
Tuesday night and Wednesday... gradually ending from southwest to
northeast.

The combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and near whiteout conditions in heavier
squalls... especially later this afternoon through Tuesday. The
snow and wind will create hazardous travel conditions across
central Indiana with icy and snow covered roadways. Accumulations
of 1 to 3 inches are possible by late Wednesday with the highest
amounts near and east of a Kokomo to Rushville line. Locally
higher amounts will occur where heavier squalls persist.

Motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility in snow squalls this afternoon through Tuesday.

Stay tuned to NWS Indianapolis for forecast updates as this system
moves into the area.


Ryan

1133 am EST Mon Feb 8 2016

... Winter returns as snow... wind and cold temperatures combine to
produce hazardous travel conditions this afternoon through
Wednesday...

A strong upper level low will settle southeast over northern
Indiana today and weaken as it moves to the Appalachians Tuesday
night. The upper low... increased moisture and northwest winds off
Lake Michigan will result in widespread snow showers and squalls
across central Indiana beginning this afternoon. The snow showers
will be less numerous by Tuesday night and end across northeastern
parts of central Indiana by late Wednesday. In addition... very
cold air will filter in over the Ohio Valley. Highs by Wednesday
are not likely to rise out of the teens with subzero wind chills
overnight Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and again overnight
Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Snow showers have quickly increased in coverage and will continue
to do so through the afternoon... especially along and south of
Interstate 70. There is a potential for heavier snow squalls this
afternoon through Tuesday. Scattered snow showers will continue
Tuesday night and Wednesday... gradually ending from southwest to
northeast.

The combination of snow with wind gusts to 25 mph will produce
blowing snow and near whiteout conditions in heavier
squalls... especially later this afternoon through Tuesday. The
snow and wind will create hazardous travel conditions across
central Indiana with icy and snow covered roadways. Accumulations
of 1 to 3 inches are possible by late Wednesday with the highest
amounts near and east of a Kokomo to Rushville line. Locally
higher amounts will occur where heavier squalls persist.

Motorists should be alert to slick roads and sudden reductions in
the visibility in snow squalls this afternoon through Tuesday.

Stay tuned to NWS Indianapolis for forecast updates as this system
moves into the area.


Ryan