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January 2020 is now Earth's warmest January on record, according to NOAA's National Center for Environmental Information. They have been keeping these kinds of climate records for 141 years, and before this year the warmest January was 2016.  More >>

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It was another bitterly cold start to the day! Most of our morning lows around Kentuckiana were in the teens and low 20s.  More >>

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There's been lots of interest lately in the left shoulder of Orion - specifically the bright, red giant star known as Betelgeuse (pronounced like Beetle-juice!) Betelgeuse is normally about the 10th brightest star in the sky. However, it has recently dimmed quite a bit. This may suggest it w… More >>

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On Monday, the Ohio River (at McAlpine Upper) crested for the fourth time in three years. It reached a height of 25.71' - which was the lowest of the four crests, but still is two feet into the minor flood stage. Two years ago, the crest was 35.72' and that was the tenth highest crest on rec… More >>

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You've probably heard the phrase "polar vortex" before when referring to cold air in the winter. It is doing some fascinating things right now! More >>