INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana has been plunged in the deep freeze again with temperatures falling to more than 10 degrees below zero in some places.
The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory for roughly the northern two-thirds of the state through midday Friday, although winds speeds haven't been severe.
The lowest temperatures reported early Friday were 14 below in Terre Haute and 13 below in Fort Wayne and Bloomington. Temperatures hit about 5 below zero in Indianapolis and South Bend, while Evansville was about 5 degrees above zero.
Dozens school districts across the state have delayed their openings, with fewer deciding to stay closed for the day because of the cold.