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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Hoosiers who have been wishing for a cold snap are about to get their wish, likely mixed with snow, gusts of wind above 40 miles an hour and temperatures that can numb toes, noses and ears.
A strong storm system moving through southern and central Indiana is expected to bring rain and then perhaps an inch of snow Thursday with a low of 24 degrees Thursday night.
Coupled with blustery winds, it will be enough to push the overnight wind-chill factor to a frigid feel of 4 degrees, weather forecasters say. The Columbus City Garage reports having trucks ready to treat icy road conditions as necessary.
See more details in Thursday's Republic.
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