WINTER STORM CONTINUES TO IMPACT CENTRAL INDIANA WITH STRONG WINDS AND FRIGID TEMPS
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect through this evening. Strong winds and frigid temperatures will produce dangerously cold wind chills.
Consistent wind gusts between 40 and 50 mph are adding a dangerous bite to the air. The winds stay strong but should drop to between 30 and 40 mph later tonight.
Wind chills have been in the dangerously low -20 to -35° range for much of the day. We'll keep those numbers between -20 to -25° through Saturday morning.
RELATED: WRTV Storm Team Daily Forecast
We're dry, but still very cold and breezy to start off the holiday weekend. Saturday brings wind gusts between 30 and 40 mph. With a high of only around 10°, we'll still be dealing with wind chills of -10 to -20° for much of the day.
Winds finally become less of an issue by Christmas Day with gusts around 20 mph or less. It's going to take some time to rid ourselves of this arctic air though. Highs around 15° Sunday will still range from about 0 to -15°.