Record Low Late March High Temperatures This WeekMarch 19th, 2013 at 11:45 am by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
The first of the Arctic Blast roaring in has produced strong winds overnight-this morning.
PEAK MEASURED GUSTS TONIGHT-EARLY THIS MORNING:
43 mph Grissom Air Reserve Base
43 mph Purdue University Airport
43 mph WLFI-TV
43 mph Attica
43 mph Cass County Airport
43 mph Frankfort
43 mph Burlington
42 mph Fowler
41 mph Monticello
40 mph Covington
39 mph Peru
39 mph Kokomo Municipal Airport
38 mph Winamac
38 mph Kokomo
38 mph Rochester
38 mph Morocco
37 mph Crawfordsville
37 mph Rensselaer
34 mph Jasper County Airport
High temperatures tomorrow will run only 24-29, nearly 30 degrees below normal in places. These numbers will be near-record, if not record cold highs, for late March.
Tomorrow night, lows of 12-16 will approach record-low levels for the dates as Arctic Blast continues to roar in.
As of right now, the entire week looks cold with the potential of rain &/or snow by the weekend. Some warmer weather will finally start to move in by next week.