Frigid Cold Again Tuesday; Snow In The Forecast Wednesday

Posted On January 19, 2016

By Mike Perleberg


(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – The tri-state is spending another morning in the ice box as the threat of snow enters the forecast.

Single digit temperatures Tuesday morning are being turned into bitter cold, below-zero with wind chills from winds blowing around 15 MPH. The day’s high temperature will reach 17.

Parents are advised to bundle up their kids as they head to school. Switzerland County Schools are taking the extra precaution of calling for a two-hour delay Tuesday, the second consecutive day the district has opted for a delay due to cold temperatures. They are the only local school district to make an announcement.

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More school districts could alter their schedules on Wednesday, as accumulating snow will move in. The National Weather Service says one to two inches of snow will fall Wednesday morning and afternoon. A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for the entire area from 6:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Wednesday.

Travel difficulties are expected Wednesday as the high temperature will remain below freezing at 26 degrees.

Tune in to Eagle Country 99.3 Wednesday and every morning to hear the latest in local weather, traffic, and closings.

Snow is also possible on Friday, according to the weather service.