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Deep freeze Wednesday with icy roads and drastically colder temperatures

Harsh wind chills in the single digits
Few isolated flurries on the radar late Wednesday.
Few isolated flurries on the radar late Wednesday.(WNDU)
Published: Jan. 27, 2021 at 5:54 AM EST
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TODAY:

A deep freeze. Roads will be ice-covered this morning as wet surfaces from Tuesday freeze over. A very chilly day Wednesday with highs in the upper 20s. A harsh wind chill makes several hours of the day feel like the single digits and teens. An isolated band of lake effect snow sets up mainly to our west. A few flakes are possible in parts of La Porte, Starke, Pulaski. Mostly cloudy skies.

TONIGHT:

Dropping into the teens overnight. Thankfully, winds are rather light, so wind chills will be at a minimum. Mostly cloudy.

TOMORROW:

Some sunshine! Gradually clearing skies don’t lend themselves to warmer temperatures, though. We’re still quite cold on Thursday with high temperatures in the middle 20s. A consistent northwest breeze with a few lake effect flurries.

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