For months now, there’s been plenty of talk about this season’s strong El Niño pattern.
When temperatures drop, you obviously have to change your wardrobe.
Sometimes the weather will knock out power, and there’s nothing you can do about it. But power companies prepare ahead of time to make sure that doesn’t happen as often
Because of man-made global warming and a strong El Nino, Earth’s wild weather this year is bursting the annual heat record, the World Meteorological Organization announced on Wednesday.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Sandra is expected to become a hurricane on Wednesday.
The first snowfall of the season brought amounts ranging from a few inches to 20 from South Dakota through Michigan earlier in the weekend.
The first wintry storm of the season blanketed some places in a foot of snow. Chicago O’Hare has seen 4 inches as of early Saturday morning, during a busy travel weekend.
Northeast Indiana is preparing for its first winter storm of the season this weekend.
Already, southern South Dakota has seen significant snowfall and poor driving conditions on Friday morning, with a foot or more of snow expected by the time it tapers off.
Make sure you and your family have what you need to be notified and ready in case of an emergency. Remember, strong weather can strike at any time.
New research suggests that some people may have a distinct phobia to severe weather – including winter storms.
With a Winter Storm Watch issued for parts of Indiana, officials with the Department of Homeland Security are offering some tips to stay safe at home and on the road.
Viewers sent in striking images of the Nov. 18 evening sky that wowed throughout northeast Indiana.
October’s temperature was the most above-normal month in history. It was 1.76 degrees Fahrenheit (0.98 degrees Celsius) above the 20th-century average.
Much of Interstate 70, Colorado’s main east-west highway, was closed because of blizzard conditions on the state’s Eastern Plains as well as in northwest Kansas, where up to 15 inches of snow and heavy winds are in the forecast.
A wintry blast of air brought blizzard-like conditions Monday to parts of the West after whipping up a damaging tornado in Central California and buffeting the Los Angeles area with gusts topping 70 mph, forecasters said.
The FAA wants to close 57 Contract Weather Offices across the nation, including the office at the Fort Wayne Airport.
High winds in Northeast Indiana Thursday caused hundreds of outages.
A storm system that dropped a foot of snow in the Rockies was making travel hazardous as it headed east on Wednesday, menacing the Plains with heavy snow and threatening parts of the Midwest.
Indiana’s state climatologist says the El Nino weather pattern is responsible.