Peak measured wind gusts Monday night-Tuesday:
M48 mph. Purdue University Airport
M48 mph. 4 WSW Dayton
M47 mph. Beard (Clinton County)
M47 mph. 7 E Michigantown
M45 mph. Covington
M45 mph. 2 SSW Rossville.
M45 mph. 3 E Fowler
M43 mph. Logansport-Cass County Airport
M42 mph. 1 WNW Galveston Airport (Cass County)
M42 mph. Lafayette (Tecumseh)
M41 mph. Rensselaer-Jasper County Airport
M41 mph. Danville-Vermillion County Airport
M40 mph. Chalmers
M40 mph. Frankfort Municipal Airport
M40 mph. Kokomo Muncipal Airport
M40 mph. Grissom Air Reserve Base
M39 mph. 3 S Lafayette
M39 mph. Just N of IN 18 Between Round Grove & Barce
M38 mph. 3 SW West Point (Tippecanoe)
M37 mph. Monticello-White County Airport
M37 mph. Morocco
M36 mph. 3 E Camden
M36 mph. Rochester-Fulton County Airport
M35 mph. 4 NE Monon
M35 mph. Peru Municipal Airport
M34 mph. 7 NE Winamac
M34 mph. 5 SE Linden
M34 mph. Remington
M33 mph. 3 WSW Round Grove (White)
M33 mph. 5 SW Ladoga
M32 mph. Crawfordsville Municipal Airport
Clouds will increase Thursday with cold rain closing in on us in the evening. This, after partly cloudy & 30-35 tonight, 46-51 Wednesday, 24-28 Wednesday night & 44-47 Thursday.
Rain will change to snow before ending Friday morning. Less than 1" of accumulation on mainly grassy surfaces is possible. Roads look wet.
The sun should then appear with gusty north-northwest winds. Any snow will melt very quickly with highs 35-40.
It will cloud up in the evening. Another wave of snow is possible Friday evening-night. It should clear out late in the night to Saturday morning. With temperature dropping to 20-25 & breezes from the northwest, wind chills will drop to 8-15. A few slick spots are possible on roads Saturday morning.
Less than 1" of accumulation is possible. It is possible that a few isolated locations in the far north see 1" of snow.
It should all melt quickly with mostly sunny skies Saturday & highs 32-36.
Burst of warmth will arrive after this first wave of cold. Note the strong southerly winds & the green or rain as far north as the UP of Michigan & into Ontario near mid month.
Arctic air should follow with the potential around this time period of a Nor'Easter from the Gulf Coast to Northeast with rain, snow & wind. Should this occur, some snow should reach as far south as Alabama & Georgia.
Note in the graphic above the upper disturbance over Colorado & New Mexico & the lowering pressure in southern Texas, showing the potential development of the Nor'Easter.
- November 6, 6:30 PM Weather Forecast Update: Peak Measured Gusts Today & a Look at the Cold & Some Snowfall Ahead
- November 13, 3:30 PM Weather Forecast Update: More Snowfall Ahead
- November 8, 11 PM Weather Forecast Update: Tracking Minor Snowfall & Unseasonably Cold Weather
- November 11, 12 PM Weather Forecast Update
- November 11, 7 PM Weather Forecast Update
- November 12, 6 PM Weather Forecast Update
- November 22, 7 PM Weather Forecast Update
- November 27, 2 PM Weather Forecast Update
- November 1, 4:30 PM Weather Update
- Peak Sunday Wind Gusts & the Outlook to Early December