Indianapolis Weather Forecast for January 21, 2021

Temperatures will warm into the 40s to around 50 today under ample sunshine.

However, temperatures will turn cooler again towards the weekend under partly cloudy skies.

There will be a slight chance for rain and/or snow on Sunday.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 20, 2021

Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Stats for January 20, 2021

Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 20, 2021

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for January 20, 2021

Expect partly cloudy skies the rest of the workweek and into the start of the weekend.

Temperatures will briefly turn colder late in the week.

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for January 20, 2021

Expect partly cloudy skies the rest of the workweek and into the start of the weekend.

Temperatures will briefly turn colder late in the week.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 19, 2021

Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Stats for January 19, 2021

Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 19, 2021

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Fear of “Threats” Closes Indiana State Government Complex

INDIANAPOLIS – In consultation with security officials and the leadership of the General Assembly, Governor Eric J. Holcomb Monday announced out of an abundance of caution the state government complex will be closed to the public Tuesday and Wednesday in light of recent national events, threats to other state capitols and COVID-19 restrictions.

There have been no credible threats against the Statehouse.

Per the typical schedule, the Statehouse will be closed for the weekend and Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Additionally, the Governor will virtually deliver his 2021 State of the State address on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. Details, including broadcast information and access to pool coverage, will be shared at a later date. The Governor’s weekly COVID-19 briefing will be held Thursday, Jan. 21 at 2:30 p.m.

“The safety and security of our state employees and the Hoosiers who use our state services are always top of mind,” Gov. Holcomb said. “After an evaluation with public safety leaders, we have decided to err on the side of caution and close the state government complex to the public. Hoosiers will still be able to access essential state services online, on the phone, or in-person at branches around the state.”

Senate President Pro Tem Rodric Bray and House Speaker Todd Huston have canceled legislative activity for the week of Jan. 18. Bray and Huston said no committee or session meetings will be held next week, and staff will work remotely until instructed to return to the building.

“This decision was made out of caution and in the best interest of everyone involved in the legislative process,” Huston said. “Public gatherings are a critical component of our democracy, and I pray that any demonstrations are peaceful and respectful of the incredible privilege we all have as Americans to make our voices heard.”

“We have a lot of work to do this session on behalf of Hoosiers, but the safety of every person in the Statehouse is always our number one priority,” Bray said. “We trust Superintendent Doug Carter and his team, and at his urging, made the decision to cancel our activities out of an abundance of caution.”

SOURCE: https://events.in.gov/event/state_government_complex_to_close_to_the_public_tuesday_wednesday

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for January 19, 2021

Any lingering light snow will taper off by daybreak across the far southern portions of central Indiana.

Expect partly cloudy skies much of the next few days, although there will be a chance for light snow across northern portions of central Indiana tonight.

A dusting to a few tenths of accumulation cannot be ruled out in spots.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 18, 2021

Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Stats for January 18, 2021

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for January 18, 2021

After more flurries throughout the day today and highs in the upper 20s to middle 30s, accumulating snow returns tonight generally south of I-70.

Snowfall totals of 1 to over 2 inches are expected across parts of southern Indiana, and a Winter Weather Advisory will run from 7 pm today to 7 am Tuesday.

Slick spots on roads are possible early this morning from black ice after flurries overnight fell on below freezing surfaces, and slick roads will return tonight where the snow develops over southern Indiana.

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Indianapolis, Indiana (Marion County) COVID-19 Stats for January 17, 2021

Indiana Statewide COVID-19 Stats for January 17, 2021

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