The National Weather Service says there is an equal chance Indiana's winter will have either below or above average temperatures.
Indiana has seen a rise in the fruit fly population in recent months.
The winter in Indiana has been the mildest since 2002 and the 11th warmest in weather record keeping history.
The money most city and county departments saved because of the mild winter will get spent in other areas and will not be kept within the departments.
At least some out-of-town visitors to Indianapolis may need a little help adjusting to the cooler temperatures.
The mild weather has caused a change in the bald eagle's typical migration patterns.
Monroe County officials say they will not have a repeat of last year when they ran out of salt for the roads.
South central Indiana may see up to 1 inch of snow by midnight.
Members of the Occupy Bloomington movement may be displaced not by the city, but by the cold.
The storms in the Northeast has caused Indiana departments to start preparing for a harsh winter.