So far, (drum roll) we’re tied for third coldest ever, according to the National Weather Service this week. #Indy is currently tied for the 3rd coolest year on record with a 51.6° avg temp. The last month with an avg temp above normal – June. #INwx — NWS Indianapolis (@NWSIndianapolis) December 3, 2014 December 1 […]
The watch covers these Indiana counties: Clay, Knox, Parke, Vermillion, Daviess, Martin, Putnam, Vigo, Greene, Owen and Sullivan. Click here for my Huge Radar. Click here for Indiana warnings. Click here for Indiana temperatures and sky conditions. Also in effect:
A mix of yellow and orange (and two rogue reds) on the #Indiana County Travel Status Map for Thursday morning. Get updates any time by clicking here.
Still some orange and red on the map, due to the chill in central Indiana, and the continuing digging-out in Michiana. (Map shows 9am status – for the latest you can click here.)
Northeast Indiana is all red and angry. But things are peachy in Howard and Hendricks counties, at least as of 10am Monday. Click here for updates from the gov types.
STILL some “orange” counties on the map this morning. Remaining road problems should ease this afternoon as temps climb above freezing and stay there until Saturday evening, along with rain tonight and tomorrow to rinse some of the ruts.
Still plenty of orange and yellow across the state as of 5am Thursday. Get updates by clicking here. It should become easier for chemicals to work as milder air continues to move in, although crews will have to also monitor freezing drizzle tonight and early Friday morning.
Mother Nature’s been painting in bold strokes since Sunday, with the biggest snow in five years and the coldest temps in twenty years. Now: the swings won’t be as sharp, but I do have some twists and turns through the weekend. The snow/sky combo of bright white and sunlight gave way today to thickening clouds […]
Not surprisingly, the highest totals, some past one foot, are just to the north and northwest of Indianapolis. The numbers cut off sharply not too far to the south and southeast. One note: totals from the storm were just as high around Michiana, but some fell before Sunday morning, outside of the time span of […]