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Last updated on Friday, October 19, 2012
(UNDATED) - The outlook for winter weather across the country is murky at best.
NOAA experts say predicting winter weather is challenging this year due to an indecisive El Nino. NOAA officials say El Nino has stopped developing, but still could develop over the next few months.
Prediction models indicate cooler than normal temperatures are most likely in Hawaii and across most of Florida. As for the rest of the country, it's not known what will happen.
NWS Meteorologist Tara Dudzik says Indiana has a chance of average, below average, or above average temperatures and precipitation over the winter months.
She says the average snowfall for central Indiana is 20 to 25 inches from December 1st to March 1st.
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