Be quiet! Nobody wants to wake Mother Nature. Dry again today, and just cold. Chills in the single digits in the morning will rise to the low 20s by
Mother Nature made our weekend great again. One more beautiful day is ahead, with high pressure strong at the surface. A cold front approaches
I've got one more unseasonably warm day up my short sleeve. More records should fall today. Here are the present records: 78 | INDY (1961) 77 | TERRE
Sunshine? Encore! One more time! Yeah...all the things I was saying at the end of the Taylor Swift concert last night at the Fieldhouse. The Blank
NWS Indy has a nice illustration of the thick deck of clouds Mother Nature is dealing today.
UPDATED: Up to ten inches of snow may accumulate Saturday night through Monday. The National Weather Service has a WINTER STORM WATCH that begins late
Look what you've done, Mother Nature! The snow pack is melting! Melting! Oh, what a world! Think of what it looked like outside one week ago today.
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
WET has been the word the last week. Indianapolis has recorded measurable precipitation SIX of the last seven days. No wonder your leaves look like
I've been in the weather racket since the 1980s. (In other words...since the last time we had a Summer close to this.) The one thing I've learned: