Clay County residents awoke to temperatures well-below zero this morning -- the coldest temperatures of the season.
The officials temperature at Terre Haute International Airport was minus 10 and the Weathernet equipment at Northview High School read minus 7 at 5 a.m.
More moderate temperatures are expected across Indiana the rest of this week and more snowfall is possible.
Monday night will be mostly cloudy, with chance of snow north, as temperatures slowly rise through the 20s into early Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Occasional snow or sleet is expected Tuesday in northern counties, accumulating to a possible 1 to 3 inches. Southern counties will have a chance of rain as highs range from the lower 30s north to the upper 40s south.
Snow is likely to the north Tuesday night, with rain and snow likely in central counties and a chance of rain further south. Lows are forecast to range from the lower 20s north to the upper 30s south.
In the extended forecast, Wednesday is expected to bring a chance of flurries to the north as the skies will be cloudy to partly cloudy across the state. Highs will be in the upper 20s north to the lower 40s south.
Thursday is forecast as partly cloudy, with lows around 15 north to around 25 south.