January 25-27, 1978. If your parents were Hoosiers, and you’re about 37 years old…hmm…maybe you can blame it on The Blizzard. Still the most disruptive Indiana winter storm I’ve lived through. (Wouldn’t mind if it stays that way.) Click here for stories from the Blizzard, and here for an NWS review from Indy, and here […]
So: the other day I was hanging with a “Kangel” Dog and the cheetahs at the Indy Zoo. Watch PetPalsTV.com this weekend to see how they work together. Also: did you know dogs can also tear an ACL? We’ll take you to an operation… and show you a dog that was rescued from a roof. […]
Today’s @indystar video (direct video link) addresses the persistent bands of Lake-Effect snow that have taxed the patience of Hoosiers on April 15. I’ve got updated totals from earlier.
New month. Same stuff. Heavy snow is expected over much of the northern half of Indiana Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for northern and central Indiana. Tuesday morning will be dry but the center of the storm should pull out of the Gulf Of Mexico […]
The average Indy temp in January was 20.1 That’s 8 degrees cooler than average, and the coldest January since 1982. It ties for the 11th coldest January on record. Now – while the memory is fresh – imagine last month with about half as much heat. THAT is why Hoosiers still talk about the (dramatic […]
Some saw showers Saturday, but the upper air support for that stuff seems to have moved on for Sunday. I doubt anything beyond a pop-up storm will darken our doppler doorstep today. That’s probably only going to happen southeast of the city during the afternoon hours. The precip totals were streaky yesterday. Totals peaked just […]
Indiana’s (Brand Name) Weatherman gets to work directly with other Indiana brands who are taking advantage of New Media avenues to supplement what they’ve always done before to communicate with Hoosiers. For the past two years I’ve had the pleasure of partnering with Hare Chevy in Noblesville. That means things like banner ads, custom social […]
Hoosiers heeded warnings about power losses from ice and wind Monday and proceeded to buy 98% of the 2%. I hit some personal gridlock getting gas in the late afternoon. The Indy Star has a great gallery of Department Store-A-Palooza.
clipped from www.theindychannel.com Hal Fryar, better known to Hoosiers as Harlow Hickenlooper, demonstrates the proper way to deliver a pie face. Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
My television home base is putting on a telethon for flood victims. Watch RTV6 Tuesday night at 7:30 to help. Details here. The article gives locations where you can drop off your cash both in Indy and Columbus. If none of that works for you, just go to the Indiana Red Cross and donate online. (You’re already […]