Rain in the past 5 days has dented the drought. Hail Thursday night dented some cars, especially around Plainfield. Egg-sized hail fell on some. The picture at the top of this post is from Facebook friend Jackie Smith Sanders. Here’s another shot from Twitter follower @sylvia-g-miller. The Storm Prediction Center reported that corn and soy […]
Here’s a map of the latest storm watch. It goes ’til 3am and covers most of central Indiana. I’ve seen reports of EGG size hail tonight. Watch for damaging winds also.
This one starts with a case of the Mondays, & moves on to “Minaj,” who eventually is compared to the Perfect Egg Spatula. Tom lavishes praise on Paul, who feels this might mean he is about to die Paul explains what a “tedious T” is, and Tom fondly recalls a few of his favorite shoes. […]
Want some weekend webcam, curious viewer? Today’s ep tells you how much rain fell last night, and what to expect this weekend. And there’s this thing…with this egg…you’ll have to watch today’s Forecast Podcast. The Almanac is sponsored by Dr. Nancy Halsema at Carmel West Dentistry. Subscribe to the Almanac in iTunes by clicking here.
In order for an egg to start to become firm or cook, you need a temperature of at least 158°. Meteorologist Chad Evans from WLFI in Lafayette checked an INDOT sensor on I-65 near Rensselaer Thursday afternoon. The road surface temperature was 141°! You could ALMOST fry that proverbial egg on the interstate yesterday. I […]
Easter Weekend at the Worldwide Headquarters was great. BTW: My youngest son questioned my content (get in line) recently. “You know…the Worldwide Headquarters is just your laptop.” I guess he’s on to the Santa thing also. My older son was back into the mix at our house (he’s on his own normally these days) for […]