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An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued Thursday afternoon through Sunday evening. The National Weather Service clarifies they expect the heat index to be closer to 105º for a couple hours during the hottest part of the afternoon, but that heat will last for all four days of the Warning making this a more serious event. More >>

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The National Weather Service in Louisville has issued an Excessive Heat Watch, which is in effect from Thursday afternoon through Sunday evening. It includes all of our viewing area. Be Prepared! Heat watches are issued when conditions are favorable for an excessive heat event in the next 24… More >>

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The clouds and rain from Barry have kept temperatures fairly normal in the last couple of days, but the air will feel like 105º before the weekend!  More >>

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As temperatures climb and thunderstorms pop up across the area, many of you are asking us if we see heat lightning or telling us you have seen heat lightning. But there's a problem. More >>

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Both the temperature and dew point have increased about 10 degrees from yesterday morning. A warm front is lifting north and increasing dew points and moisture in Kentuckiana. More >>

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It is easy to take for granted all the updated data we get about hurricanes while they are still far out in the ocean, but that does not magically appear. The men and women of the Hurricane Hunters have revolutionized how we see hurricanes. More >>

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Hurricane Barry has been strengthening in the Gulf over the last few days and is now a category 1 hurricane.  According to the National Hurricane Center, it is estimated that Barry became a hurricane around 7-8 m EDT, despite its less than classical appearance in satellite imagery. It should… More >>

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Along the coast, storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. In the past, large death tolls have resulted from the rise of the ocean associated with many of the major hurricanes that have made landfall. Hurricane Katrina (2005) is a prime example of the da… More >>