The Associated Press
Indianapolis — Temperatures have fallen to more than 10 degrees below zero in parts of Indiana, with numerous school districts deciding to delay openings because of the cold.
The National Weather Service reports temperatures reaching 14 below zero early Tuesday in Fort Wayne and Lafayette, with subzero temperatures reaching well into the southern part of the state. Evansville is hovering in single digits above zero.
The weather service issued a wind chill advisory for part of the state. The agency warned of wind chills reaching 20 below zero, but light winds are limiting that impact.
The weather service is forecasting another morning of temperatures around zero or below for much of Indiana on Wednesday, with highs reaching to near 30 degrees or higher by Thursday.