The slowly simmering temperatures continue to cook today, with about a one degree increase from yesterday. Patchy fog is possible again this morning.
An area of high pressure is large and in charge across the Great Lakes, and it will slowly drift eastward through Saturday. That means more blue
Most of central Indiana starts in the 40s again today, but a recent mini-warming trend continues. We'll add another 2-4 degrees onto high temperatures
Tuesday begins with a chill in the air, but ends with much more sunshine than you saw yesterday, helping temps to get out of the 60s. Yesterday's
The first day of the month is the last day of the longest stretch of Summer we've felt this year. Heat and humidity hold until a cold front slams
Let's go to the scoreboard: Indy will have the fifth consecutive day of 90+ weather, and the 21st (!) consecutive day of no measurable precipitation.
The temperatures are big and the storm chances small through Labor Day Weekend. Highs today will be similar or just slightly warmer than yesterday,
It seems inadequate to say we're having a pretty nice weekend. Reggie Miller was a pretty good basketball player. The Beatles were a pretty
No new record this morning in Indy. That record is 48, from 1964. This morning's low was 52. Coolest of the "big" reporting stations? Muncie fell to