WEATHER BLOG

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Looking into the night and early morning sky and seeing the International Space Station fly overhead is mind-blowing. Just think, you are watching something that is 250 miles above you, flying at nearly 17,500 mph! If you've never taken the opportunity to check it out, it's worth a few minut… More >>

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It's that time of year again folks. You may have headed out the door early in the morning the past couple of days and saw that your low tire pressure light was lit up on your dashboard. Flat tire? Probably not. Leak? Also not the main culprit. A lot of the time, weather is to blame for your … More >>

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This morning was the coldest morning many communities in the area has seen since May of this year. Temperatures near Louisville may have only dropped into the low 40s, but further outside the city and away from the heat island, a few communities dropped into the 30s and get this...even had s… More >>

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Friday night a tornado warning was issued for part of Washington County, Indiana. Two tornadoes touched down in our area, and now we have a look at how strong they were.  More >>

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Asteroids embody the story of our solar system’s beginning. Jupiter’s Trojan asteroids, which orbit the Sun on the same path as the gas giant, are no exception. The Trojans are thought to be left over from the objects that eventually formed our planets, and studying them might offer clues ab… More >>

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Now that we've seen how the morning showers and storms have played out, we can give you an updated look at the storm potential going into this evening.  More >>

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A La Nina has developed and will extend through the second winter in a row according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center — a division of NOAA's National Weather Service. La Nina is a natural ocean-atmospheric phenomenon marked by cooler-than-average sea surface temperatures across the centra… More >>

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The Storm Prediction Center has added our area to a Slight Risk of severe storms Friday afternoon and evening. The yellow bubble represents level 2 out of 5, so this is not going to be the biggest storm threat you've ever seen. We might catch a few strong or even severe storms Friday night, so let's look at what is setting up.  More >>