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January 23, 3:15 PM Weather Forecast Update-Winter Storm Ahead with Rounds of Impactful Winter Weather Right Through Early February......

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January 23, 3:15 PM Weather Forecast Update-Winter Storm Ahead with Rounds of Impactful Winter Weather Right Through Early February......

Snow overspreads the area rapidly from south to north between 4 & 6 a.m. Wednesday.

By 8 a.m., it looks like 0.5" snow north to 1.5" south (near 1" Greater Lafayette) already on the ground.

Snow will continue during the day & will be heavy at times with temperatures steady at 32-33.

It will be a heavy, wet, gloppy snow with east-northeast to northeast winds 20-37 mph.

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Snow continues off & on through Thursday, but it will turn fluffier & drier, allowing for more blowing & drifting with north to northwest winds 20-36 mph.

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4-8" snowfall is expected.  

A few isolated +8" amounts are possible in the heart of the viewing area.

These are the amounts total by Thursday evening.

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Multiple lil' Alberta Clipper systems will pass Friday through the upcoming weekend. 

They will all bring very minor to minor snowfall accumulations.

The bigger system looks to be mid-next week with freezing rain & sleet to snow.

We also need to watch a system around February 4-6 for ice.

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The timing of the bitter cold surges has become a bit of a challenge, but it still looks like a stair-step pattern to the cold with initial surges not overly-bad becoming increasingly intense & then the worst of the cold in early February.

We shouldn't see any major warming until late February into early March.

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