Temperatures will be rather cool, but not record-setting, over the weekend. The record for lowest maximum temperature on May 14th was 47° set back in 1981. The lowest minimum temperature for May 15th was 31° set back in 1910. We probably won’t see a record low, but that doesn’t rule out a frost. We are expecting lows Sunday morning in the middle to upper 30s. That means those tender starter plants, that you may have just put in the ground recently, could get some damage or possibly die from these cold temperatures. Cover up those plants, preferably with a cotton…
UPDATE: TONIGHT’S SEVERE WEATHER RISK HAS ENDED.
More heavy rainfall is possible
Severe thunderstorms are possible on Thursday, generally east of I-69. A cold front will be passing through the region from morning into the afternoon, generating the storms.
More rainfall expected Thursday
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Showers and storms through this afternoon and evening
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Tincaps play tonight at 7:05 pm with showers possible
You’ll want an umbrella or rain jacket when you leave in the morning.
Good day to get out and about with Mom!
Lots of rain and storm chances this week
The system bringing us clouds and the chance for some showers today will give way to high pressure tomorrow.
While some sctd. rain and storms are possible Saturday, there will be many dry moments. We will not be repeating last Saturday’s non-stop soaker.
Satellite images by NASA show the global extent of this massive fire.
As we move into the second half of spring, and summer soon around the corner, with many of us spending more and more time outside, it’s important to remember to take into consideration the air quality outside when making our daily plans.
This year’s Eta Aquarid meteor shower will peak on the mornings of May 5 and May 6…that’s tomorrow and Friday!
This only happens about 13 times each century!
If you are opposed to to USF closing its planetarium, there’s a petition you can sign to share your point of view.