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Tuesday morning winter weather could make for snowy roads

Tuesday morning winter weather could make for snowy roads

Check forecasts and road conditions before driving, Plan extra time for your morning commute National Weather Service forecasts predict chances of snow accumulating across east central Indiana starting before and during the Tuesday morning rush hours. Early morning temperatures will start off below freezing, and roads could become snow covered or icy depending on location […]

Know Before You Go! Monitor weather forecasts and road conditions before you travel

Know Before You Go! Monitor weather forecasts and road conditions before you travel

The National Weather Service is forecasting a winter storm to begin moving across the state this afternoon, causing a variety of challenging conditions for motorists. Winter weather advisories have been declared for counties along Lake Michigan and Indiana’s northern border. As motorists travel north, rain will transition to wintry mix then snow, with higher snow […]

Thanksgiving Day Forecast

Thanksgiving Day Forecast

Wet weather in store for Northeast, Northwest. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 23, 2016  – AccuWeather reports while most of the United States will be rain-free for Thanksgiving, a few areas will contend with rain and snow. “Travel on Thanksgiving Day will be smooth for much of the country,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Ryan Adamson said. The Northeast and Pacific […]

Wintry chill to ease across northeastern US at midweek

Wintry chill to ease across northeastern US at midweek

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 21, 2016  – AccuWeather reports people hoping for a break from the cold and blustery conditions in the northeastern United States will have to wait until the middle of the week. Highs into Tuesday will be more typical of early December, ranging between 5 and 15 degrees Fahrenheit below average. Daytime temperatures will […]

Weakening polar vortex may yield longer, harsher winters in North America

Weakening polar vortex may yield longer, harsher winters in North America

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 18, 2016  – AccuWeather reports longer, harsher winters may be in store for the portions of North America as the polar vortex continues to weaken and shifts, according to a new study. The polar vortex is a large pocket of frigid air that hovers above the polar regions, and is most prominent in […]

Blizzard conditions to evolve over northern Plains late this week

Blizzard conditions to evolve over northern Plains late this week

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 17, 2016  – AccuWeather reports a strengthening storm will bring the first significant snowfall of the season to the northern Plains with localized blizzard conditions through Friday. The storm dropped accumulating snowfall across interior portions of the West on Wednesday and Wednesday night. Strong winds to whip central US As the storm emerges from […]

Thanksgiving Weather Outlook

Thanksgiving Weather Outlook

Stormy pattern may cause delays as 48.7 million Americans prepare to travel. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 16, 2016  – AccuWeather reports a stormy pattern persisting into Thanksgiving will have impact on the busiest cross-country travel week of the year. More people travel farther during the week of Thanksgiving than any other week of the year, according to […]

Century old records fall as summerlike heat grips central, eastern US

Century old records fall as summerlike heat grips central, eastern US

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – October 19, 2016  – AccuWeather reports July-like heat baked the central and eastern portions of the United States early this week, putting century old record temperatures in jeopardy. The heat expanded from the High Plains to the East Coast from Sunday to Wednesday. “A strong area of high pressure combined with warm southwesterly winds […]

Weekend to start on wet note

Weekend to start on wet note

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – October 7, 2016  – AccuWeather reports while the northeastern United States will be spared from Hurricane Matthew’s wrath, rain from a non-tropical system could disrupt outdoor plans on Saturday. The same system that caused severe thunderstorms, soaking rain and even snow across the central U.S. on Thursday will push eastward into the Northeast Friday […]

Hurricane Matthew to hit Florida, East Coast as a Category 4 storm Friday morning

Hurricane Matthew to hit Florida, East Coast as a Category 4 storm Friday morning

AccuWeather Global Weather Center – October 6, 2016  – AccuWeather reports Hurricane Matthew will affect millions along the southeastern United States coast from Florida to Georgia and the Carolinas with flooding, power outages and damaging winds into this weekend. The curved path along the coast will create a fire hose effect of high winds, heavy rain and storm surge […]

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