The party is almost over as a series of cold fronts will head towards the Region over the next 5-7 days bringing sequential doses of cooler air to the area. We have a WARM day today with breezy conditions and … Continue reading Weekend Rain Timeline
High pressure is in control of our immediate forecast which brings lots of sunshine to the Region. High pressure also brings calming conditions which will lead to a chilly night tonight! Lows will drop into the mid and upper 30s … Continue reading Frost Likely Tonight
Happy first day of Meteorological Fall everyone! Right on cue, Mother Nature will provide a more active weather pattern over the next week with numerous cold fronts lined up to move through the Region. The remnants of a typhoon in … Continue reading Sharply Cooler Next Week
As we mentioned in this morning’s post (Refreshing Tuesday Ahead), the combination of Tropical Storm Isaias and the area of low pressure responsible for our rain the last few days will help pull in an unseasonably cool airmass from Canada. … Continue reading Fall Preview: Temps In The 40s For Some Tonight!
We’re either at peak or nearing peak color around the Region with most locations past peak once you get into central and northern Wisconsin and Michigan. A strong storm system later this week will likely take a lot of those … Continue reading Fall Colors Update: October 27th, 2019
It’s a great weekend to get out and view the fall colors around the Region as we continue to get closer to the season’s peak color. If you feel like taking a trip, a good portion of Michigan and Wisconsin … Continue reading Fall Colors Update: October 19th, 2019
SEPTEMBER 26TH UPDATE Fall colors continue to head slowly south with near peak conditions in northern New England west into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Areas of Montana and the northern Rockies have some color showing up, but it will … Continue reading The Latest Fall Foliage Report
STORM SETUP: An area of low pressure will slide southeast through the Midwest and eventually the Ohio Valley bringing a narrow, but intense band of heavy, wet snowfall to portions of the Hoosier state. Some of us will see an impactful snow, while others won’t see a single flake! Here’s the latest: ALL OF THE DETAILS: (you can scroll down to the actual forecast if this isn’t your thing) I’ll start by showing you the overall set up and what the latest computer models are showing, and then we’ll show you our Region Weather forecast. Here’s the latest run of … Continue reading Thursday Evening Winter Storm Update
WHITE CHRISTMAS CHANCES, BITTER COLD NEXT WEEK: It’s been great while it lasted. After 5 straight days of above average temps (including a high of 51 degrees in Valparaiso today!), we’re about to get a dose of reality to end December. Let’s talk temps first… ARCTIC AIR RETURNS TO THE US: A large ridge will develop out over the Gulf of Alaska resulting in a large trough over the United States. The result? Arctic air will flood into the US beginning this weekend. Take a look at where the arctic air is late Friday into Saturday: It begins to flow … Continue reading White Christmas Chance?
VIDEO FORECAST: A strong storm system will develop and move through NW Indiana during the day Sunday and will bring a chance for strong to severe storms to the area during the early afternoon. The strongest storm threat has shifted … Continue reading The Latest on Sunday’s Storm Threat