It's Cyber Monday, and all my computers are ordering rain. Here's why: Strong low pressure will drag a front through Indiana by early tomorrow.
Indy's low this morning was the coolest in over a month....since July 16 when we hit 62. Here's another way to look at it: this is the first time the
The latest Drought Monitor is in this morning, and we are still too dry from Marion over to Muncie and northward. Muncie did record .39" of rain
What are we gonna do with you, Muncie? Recent rains still haven't erased the "abnormally dry" conditions from the weekly Drought Monitor, just
I guess it's no surprise the the Drought Monitor is covering less of Indiana than it did the week before. And that's before the rains of the last two
The slowly simmering temperatures continue to cook today, with about a one degree increase from yesterday. Patchy fog is possible again this morning.
Another pleasant start for Indiana's weather today, but warmer air is coming. Here's an interesting twist. Last year's historic heat makes this Summer
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Friday fog prompted an Advisory for the northern part of the state, down to around Logansport and Marion. Make sense. They were the areas that got the
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Our wimpy Wednesday weather maker brings spotty, scattered showers today. No heavy rain, no severe weather, but lots of clouds. This will be the
Fog at first today, mainly in southern Indiana, where a Dense Fog Advisory goes until 10am. One reason? Recent moisture. This is the area that got the