Clouds and humidity will both decrease for Labor Day. If you're spending some holiday time on the water today, you may notice the levels are low.
INDY ALMANAC: The average high today is 62 and the average low is 42. Records are 86 and 20. The sunrise time is 7:12 and the sun sets at 8:21. PAUL'S
A noticeable, nasty, northerly wind whips up today's biggest Indiana weather drama. It helps pull temperatures down about 10-15 degrees from
(Click here for a full sized graphic.) This is now the fifth wettest September on record in Indianapolis, with .81" of an inch falling this
(Pictures courtesy Tobias Konnersman via Facebook and @mommafo on Twitter.) Not all rain clouds are as visible as the solo storm centered south of
I hate to sound like a broken record, but we'll be breaking records today. A few days ago I mentioned we could have 7 days worth of consecutive
Indy ended up with 1.17" inches of rain Monday. That means 12.51" year to date, which is almost 4 inches above average. Biggest rains came just east