The first day of the month is the last day of the longest stretch of Summer we've felt this year. Heat and humidity hold until a cold front slams
Let's go to the scoreboard: Indy will have the fifth consecutive day of 90+ weather, and the 21st (!) consecutive day of no measurable precipitation.
Beautiful blue sky again today, with the biggest difference being a cooler start. Think "50s" instead of "60s." Relative humidity levels are WAY down
Here are a couple of pics from the NF Walk/Run last Saturday at Northview Church in Carmel. Not too hot, but awfully muggy. Things are changing
The Heat Is (beat) (beat) ON. Even more today. It's the 12th consecutive 90+ day in Indianapolis. The streak to beat is 19 days in a row from 1936.
Run early, or run late if you can today. Afternoon heat index numbers will be around 105-110. So could a big Slushy help you run longer? Click here
Storms bubbled up in the late afternoon heat along and just south of I-70 east of Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon. This chart shows the doppler
Afternoon Heat Index values could reach 110 the rest of this week. The Weather Service is now going with an EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING for all of the
A Heat Advisory is in place for parts of western Indiana Monday afternoon. Heat Index numbers will run 105-110 in those areas, but they could get to