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Last updated on Wednesday, January 14, 2009
(UNDATED) - It’s going to be a cold rest-of-the-week here in the Stone City. Snowy conditions are expected in most of the listening area this morning, as well as plenty of wind to blow things around.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has announced a wind chill advisory for the northern half of the listening area, including Lawrence, Martin, Greene, Monroe, Brown and Jackson Counties, starting at midnight tonight and going through 1:00pm Friday afternoon.
The southern half of the listening area, including Orange, Washington and Crawford Counties, are not included in that advisory.
Right now, Weather Channel meteorologists are saying wind chills won't get above single digits until around 11:00am this morning, and will return to single digits around dinner time, and by the time you head to work tomorrow morning, wind chills will be in the teens...below zero.
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