Fall weather in Indiana - you never know what to expect!
October 17, 2022
After a stretch of beautiful and seasonable fall weather, most of Indiana is expecting freezing temperatures for the next few nights. Some of the northern parts of the state may even see some accumulating snow. And nearly all of the state is very dry, with a growing number of counties enacting open burning bans.
While this week's weather seems a bit extreme, it's not really out of the ordinary for an Indiana fall. Click below to view National Weather Service meteorologist Sam Lashley's PREPclip about being prepared for all types of autumn weather conditions.
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