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Polar Front Predicted Tuesday Night Bringing Chance Of Snow

photo of Hoagy Carmichael statue in the snow

Photo: Bill Shaw

The first measurable snowfall may occur by the end of the week.

Forecasters are calling for single digit wind chills and snow showers late this week.

Meteorologists from the National Weather Service in Indianapolis say isolated thunderstorms are possible Monday night before the cooler air arrives on Tuesday. Wind chills could drop into the teens or even single digits Tuesday night through the weekend.

Forecasters say a secondary polar front is to blame for the chilly temperatures and possible snow late this week.

Monday’s high could reach 65 degrees while Friday’s high is predicted to reach 32 degrees.

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