The holiday heat is on over much of the USA. This chart shows Saturday temperatures and highlights how far from normal those temperatures are. Spoiler
Precipitation peaked yesterday in central Indiana. A hot lid is about to close on us for at least a week. Those slow-moving rainers Tuesday soaked
The Saharan dust plume has triggered an Air Quality Alert for Indy, and much of central Indiana Sunday. Cincy, Louisville, and Evansville metro areas
Several delightful days fade Friday into a warmer, muggier weekend. Humidity will gradually increase Friday, and a few spotty showers and storms are
Here's a look at rain totals since last Saturday. Some good soakers Monday night into Tuesday morning, especially around Muncie. 1.25"
The first weekend of Summer (5:43pm Saturday) brings the heat. And the humidity. It's been a relatively pleasant stretch for everyone except everyone
The remnants of Cristobal move off to the north and northeast of Indiana today, but another area of low pressure and an eastward-moving cold front
Clouds, humidity, and the breeze are all increasing today with the arrival of the remnants of Cristobal. As the circulation lifts north through the
Topical system Cristobal made landfall along the coast of southeastern Louisiana between the mouth of the Mississippi River and Grand Isle at 5pm
Some wind damage yesterday in Hamilton and Hancock counties, and points eastward in Indiana from evening storms. A few showers early Thursday
Showers and storms will fire later in the afternoon along a cold front moving south into central Indiana. Storms have a risk of bringing large
Where were you 30 years ago today? On June 2, 1990, a large and widespread tornado outbreak occurred across parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley.
What a weekend! Highs in the lower 70s, and lows in the mid 50s. Hard to beat that in the month of May, which by the way, was cooler than average. So