I ran the numbers - the air at 6am this morning at the Indy Airport is 24% less humid than it was Wednesday morning. The temperature is 10 degrees
No big storms any time soon after the biggest snow storm in nearly four years. Indy's official total was 7.5 inches. The last time the office
Facebook friend Susan Powell wrote: "I would like to know why this has been called a blizzard instead of just a bad snow?" She's probably not the
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Here's a map of the Storm Watch that continues until 6pm this evening. Storms in the northern half of Indiana have produced hail in Anderson and
UPDATE AT 9:10PM Sleep easier. Storm Prediction Cntr moved us out of the slight risk for severe weather, although a few storms are still possible
Scattered showers and storms Wednesday and Thursday stayed the longest over Hancock County as this map shows. (Full sized version.) (A wider
The precipitation party has passed. Clouds will decrease during the day Friday, with humidity decreasing this evening. Saturday will be hot and dry,
That's a composite of radar images that show the path of the huge wind storm Friday. It cranked up in northern Indiana, and then didn't let up...still
That's a picture of damage from Friday's storm posted by "@Maddi_Bobertz" on Twitter. The wild winds of Friday can be attributed to a "derecho"
I have a dreary theory. The more active the atmosphere is - the less active people want to be. Yesterday's dreary weather certainly lived *down* to
(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.