You’re not gonna make good time running against the (hurricane) wind, Bob Seger breath. So the East Coast based Editor of Runner’s World put together a list of ten things he did this past weekend in lieu of lacing up the shoes. Click here for that, and scroll down for a much more favorable forecast […]
From tropical wave on August 19th to Category 3 and back down to Category 1 on August 27th, Hurricane Irene’s movements are documented here in 30-minute imagery from the NOAA GOES-East satellite.
Irene moves into New York and New England Sunday. Get the latest position and forecast maps and advisories by clicking here. How are average people documenting the storm? Click here for a constantly updated gallery of user pictures.
Thanks to Chris Vannoy at http://montabe.com you can watch a constantly updated slide show of Irene related user submitted photos. Just click here for the latest images. Be warned: it’s addictive! Click here for the latest Irene storm summary.
Our one-day heat wave last Wednesday spawned the latest 90+ day of the long hot Summer of 2011. This chart shows the count of 90+ days this year, which is now exactly the same as last year. And here’s the Drought Severity Index. Texas is still starved for moisture, as well as parts of Georgia […]
Here’s the high temp chart for today. Should be a great weekend. A moisture-starved front will move through Saturday afternoon, so if we were to see a spotty shower or storm, that would be it. Check back Saturday morning for the latest thinking…for now, most will be dry. And it might stay dry through much […]
Here’s a look at today’s highs and tonight’s lows. N/NW winds bring in some refreshing air today. Those heat waves are a little easier to take when they only last a day. High pressure is the boss today, as last night’s cold front slips southeastward. That high moves a little to the east tomorrow, but […]
The chart shows the biggest rains falling just south of Lafayette, and west of Crawfordsville. Up to about 3/4 of an inch fell just north of Indianapolis, where the Airport officially only got .06″. Lafayette measured .76″, while Ft. Wayne was hit hard with wind and hail, and .84″ of rain. That’s probably the last […]
The most likely time for the storms today, and what the biggest threat is. Also: how much rain fell (yeah, it really fell) at Indy yesterday, and some factoids about the weather in Chicago IL, Austin TX, and “Irene” USA. (Eventually.) The Almanac is sponsored by Dr. Nancy Halsema at Carmel West Dentistry. Subscribe to […]
We are back above average on temperatures today, but what does that sound like? I demonstrate in today’s Almanac, and explain when the best shower and storm chances will be over the next 24 hours. PLUS: What “Irene” means for the next Indiana Weekend. The Almanac is sponsored by Dr. Nancy Halsema at Carmel West […]