INDIANAPOLIS — Forecasters say a weekend snowstorm that blanketed parts of Indiana with up to 7 inches of snow will be followed by another Arctic blast.
National Weather Service meteorologist Marc Dahmer says temperatures will plunge Sunday night, falling to about minus 5 degrees across much of Indiana by Monday morning.
He says wind chills will drop to at least 15 degrees below zero and colder in some areas.
The winter storm that swept across Indiana Friday night and into Saturday pushed east of the state by Saturday afternoon. The highest snowfall amounts were about 7 inches in New Whiteland just south of Indianapolis and near Avon, just west of Indianapolis. Parts of southeastern Indianapolis reported about 6 inches of snow.
Dahmer says the heaviest snowfall amounts were across central Indiana.
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