INDIANAPOLIS — The National Weather Service has wind chill advisories in effect across Indiana on New Year’s Eve.

Weather service forecasters in Indianapolis said Sunday to expect wind chills from -25 to -15 Sunday through Tuesday night. Lows Sunday night were forecast at between -12 and -1 in central Indiana. Forecasters say the potential exists for multiple nights of subzero low temperatures and wind chills. The weather service says wind chills as low as -25 are possible in parts of northern Indiana.

Forecasters warned of hypothermia and frost bite risks and urged those going outdoors to bundle up and wear a hat and gloves.

Lake effect snow also was forecast in a portion of northern Indiana through Sunday evening.

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