INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Frigid temperatures will move into Central Indiana Monday night, prompting an advisory Monday night through Tuesday morning.
A wind chill advisory begins for much of Central Indiana at 8 p.m. Monday and runs through 11 a.m. Tuesday.
The advisory is being prompted by some of the coldest air the area has seen in two years. Temperatures could be near zero with wind chills down to minus 10 or minus 15 degrees.
For the latest updates on the low temperatures, check with the Forecast 8 Weather Blog .
9 P.M. UPDATE: The winter storm warnings have been canceled and most snow is coming to an end. The colder temperatures were starting to move into central Indiana.
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