Subzero wind chills return to Michiana for midweek


By: Jon Zimney

The arctic blast that first brought system snow, and then lake effect snow, is now responsible for the subzero wind chills that developed late Tuesday night and early Wednesday, Jan. 13.

Temperatures start in the single digits but there is some good news. Temperatures warm steadily to end the week, according to ABC 57 Chief Meteorologist Tom Coomes.

The next change on snow showers is forecast for Wednesday night, but less than an inch is expected, Coomes said.

Temps reach 40 by Friday with a rain showers likely.

The ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Center Forecast:

  • Wednesday: Starting with a low temperature near zero and a wind chill as low as -10. Turning partly to mostly cloudy.Highs in the upper teens with snow showers toward evening.
  • Thursday: Partly cloudy, highs in the mid 30s.
  • Friday: Rainy, highs around 40.
  • Saturday: Falling temperatures from the mid 30s, snow showers.
  • Sunday: Falling temperatures from the low 20s, snow showers.
  • Monday: Very cold, highs in the teens.