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You'll notice a wicked westerly wind today, the most noticeable change following a front that clipped the state early this morning. Behind the cold
Today's your best shot at a soaker, even if you've been ignored by recent rains. If I may quote the great Bugs Bunny: "On with the show, this is it!"
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:
It's the Weatherman Wedgie today - Indiana is sandwiched between and a stalled frontal system south of the Ohio River. Upper level low pressure
Today's weather movie: "My Big Fat High Pressure System." This large high will dominate our forecast for the next week. For today the high is
Heat index numbers could reach the upper 90s today, and so a Heat Advisory remain in effect until for central Indiana until 8pm tonight. It's also
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
Today: Cloudy to partly cloudy in the morning. Mostly sunny in the afternoon. High 36. Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low 24. Thursday: Mostly sunny.
Here are today's high temps around Central Indiana, and they're all pretty close to normal for the first time this week. And for the only time this
The official Indy high today was 84. The morning low today in Muncie was 48. Shelbyville was down to 49, and Bloomington stopped at 50. Not as