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Another Cold Snap Making Its Way Into Indiana

Kenneth Spencer

Weather forecasters say the state’s temperature roller coaster is about to take another nose-dive.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Puma says bitterly cold temperatures and windy conditions are returning to the state tomorrow.

He says low temperatures will fall into the teens, which is a bit below normal for this time of year.

Puma says a second cold front will arrive Friday night and linger into Saturday, bringing temperatures in the single digits by Sunday morning.

"Much of the state will be impacted by the cold temperatures," says Puma. "Certainly it will be a little colder further north where there will be some snow pack lingering, because there is lingering snow up in the far northern parts of the state. Of course southern parts of the state near the Ohio River will be a little bit warmer, won't be as cold, but all Hoosiers will be feeling the impact."

He says much of the state will also experience high winds.