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Monday, December 19, 2016

Bitterly Cold Temperatures for Monday in Indiana and USA is getting really cold in Indiana! The Great Plains states have recently experienced this bitter cold that is arriving in the Hoosier State. Indiana residents are probably not too surprised about how cold this weather will feel, but these temperatures are definitely below normal — by at least 20 to 30 degrees — for this time of year. In actuality, temperatures in the map above might be higher and overstated than they will actually be! Thirteen counties in Northern Indiana currently have a Wind Chill Advisory because wind chill values could drop as low as -20 degrees! That means the air outside could feel like -20 degrees because of wind. Stay up-to-date with the National Weather Service ( and your local stations and channels.

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