Click here for a Weather Service summary of damage reports from Friday's rains. Best chances Monday are in the morning and again in the afternoon
March 25, 1913 - The flood of record occurs along portions of the White River. The river crested over 20 feet above flood stage at Indianapolis.
The National Weather Service has issued river Flood Warnings that go through Monday morning along portions of the following rivers in central and
Flood Warnings, and the flooding itself, both continue today, but read my lips -- no new weather problems this week. Nothing big at least. There are
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.
Clouds will increase from the north and northwest Saturday morning, as an upper level low drops into the Ohio River Valley. And stays for awhile. On
Click here for an interactive look at river levels and flood stages. (From the National Weather Service)]]>
I think it was the great 70s weather philosopher Roseanne Roseannadanna who said: "it's always something." At the moment we're worried about air
Here's a close-up analysis of the heaviest rain. Red on this chart indicates more than SIX inches of precip. It fell from 5am through 1pm Monday