Tracking Hurricane Nate

Hurricane Nate is expected to make landfall across Louisiana early Sunday Morning. As Hurricane Nate moves to the North and Northeast, the track has Nate impacting parts of the Ohio Valley with a threat of gusty winds and heavy rainfall on Monday. The most likely areas to be impacted will be Eastern and Southeastern Indiana and Western and Southwestern Ohio. We will be keeping a close eye on Hurricane Nate

2017-2018 Winter Outlook

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Dry Conditions Continue Across The Ohio Valley

We are continuing to see very dry conditions across much of the Ohio Valley including much of Indiana and Western Ohio. Parts of Western and Central Indiana are now considered to be in drought conditions with abnormally dry conditions present. Unfortunately no rain is in the forecast for the next 7 days. This update is brought to you by Ping's Tree Service, Inc. Ping’s Tree Service provides Emergency Service for

Update On Dangerous Category 5 Hurricane Irma

We are continuing to track the dangerous Category 5 Hurricane Irma. Irma is currently moving through the Turks and Caicos and towards the Bahamas. The new track of Irma has the hurricane on a collision course with Southern Florida including the Miami area and the new National Hurricane Center forecast calls for Irma to make landfall across Southern Florida on Sunday as a Category 4 Hurricane with winds of 135

Smoky Conditions Caused By Fires From The Northwest

Wondering where all of that smoke is coming from? Wildfires over the Pacific Northwest continue to rage and the upper level winds have caused the smoke to drift all the way into the Midwest and Ohio Valley and now into parts of the East. Hazy and smoky conditions will persist today before clearing out in the next day or two. This update is brought to you by Travels by Nancy LLC.

Tropical Storm Harvey

While it will likely have little to no impact on Indiana and the Ohio Valley, the big national weather story this week is we are tracking Tropical Storm Harvey. Tropical Storm Harvey is moving towards the Texas Coast where it will make landfall late Friday as a strong Tropical Storm or possible Hurricane. The big story with this system though will be the threat for flash flooding and heavy rain.

If You Missed This Week’s Eclipse, Indiana In The Path of Totality in 2024

If you missed this year's total eclipse, good news! Indiana will be in the path of the 2024 Total Eclipse (April 8, 2024). All of Indiana will see a partial eclipse on April 8th, 2014 but the areas in red will be in the path of the 100% Total Eclipse including Evansville, Bloomington, Terre Haute, Shelbyville, Anderson, Muncie, Richmond, Winchester and Dayton, Ohio. This update is brought to you by

Tornado Causes Damage In LaSalle County, Illinois

A Tornado has touched down in LaSalle County, Illinois with damaging being reported at the LaSalle County Nursing Home. It is unknown whether injuries have been reported. This supercell with a history of producing a large tornado is tracking towards the Southern Chicago area. Pictures courtesy www.EquinoxWeather.com/