That map shows Thanksgiving snow cover around the USA. That’s more than an average turkey day, which is not a huge surprise considering the month we’ve had. Back home again in Indiana: there’s a little bit of white on our driveway this morn. Did you get dusted? Here’s a close up of how much snow […]
Thanks every day for keeping this turkey alive. Next year brings some new projects, including the addition of another new way to see me on tv every week. Happy Thanksgiving!
A dusting of snow is still possible Wednesday evening but it looks like that turkey is going to be served mainly to the southwest of Indy. Here are a couple slices of computer modeling that are almost identical. There will be snow showers off Lake Michigan both Thanksgiving and Friday, and that could mean flurries […]
That question is answered, along with “why did the turkey cross the road?” in our latest Smoky Mountain recreation and weather update sponsored by visitmysmokies.com. BTW: If you’d like to know more about VMS, click here for a recent profile that spotlights recent record-breaking growth. It’s a pleasure working with them. Now: press play!
If you live from around Turkey Run St. Park to Crawfordsville to Frankfort to Tipton….HELLO.
Look at that turkey! (I’ll pause for your punch lines.) Click the “Play” button for some thoughts on the best rain chances for the holiday week. And click here to read more about the weather across the USA in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
The soggiest Thanksgiving in 59 years for Indianapolis! It was THE wettest Turkey Day on record, with 1.22” in 2010 through 4:00 PM. Click here for instant warning info. A Flash Flood Watch continues for much of the state. Thunderstorm winds blew down some trees and a garage in Knox county early Thanksgiving morning. No […]
The fog won’t last all day today, and it won’t be as cold. Highs will be in the mid 50’s in Northern Indiana, and upper 50’s to around 60 in Central Indiana. The average Indianapolis high for today would be 49. It will be mostly to partly cloudy today, and the winds will pick up. […]