(How Hot Is It, Paul?) Marquette Michigan started yesterday morning with 6 inches of snow on the ground. The afternoon high was a record 75 degrees. That’s 40 above average. For Indiana, still a storm chance Sunday, mainly in the morning, and mainly due to a “shortwave trough,” which stirs up the mid or upper […]
Problems from precipitation greeted motorists early Monday. A little overnight snow translated to lots of issues with black ice. In fact, the National Weather Service around Dayton, Ohio, and Cincinnati issued a winter weather advisory for this morning based on that icing. The Alberta clipper that clipped Indiana with a little snow swings southeastward, but […]
Temps will stay above average through Tuesday, but it won’t be as spectacular today. How close we came to the St. Pat’s Day record, plus when snow showers are in the forecast. It’s all in today’s forecast/podcast, sponsored by Barefoot Lawn Care!
Until today the warmest Indy temp of the year was 66, on the last day of February. St. Pat’s Day highs should be right around 70. The wind will increase, with afternoon gusts up to 30mph. The next chance of showers and storms doesn’t arrive until after midnight tonight in Central Indiana.
It’ll rain much of the day, and we could see a little over half an inch in the southeast part of Indiana, as you can see on the attached chart. Also attached is a weather map with the low smack dab over the aforementioned area. Wednesday and Thursday will be dry, with rain again Friday. […]