The snow continues to fall in the tri-state. In a few northern areas, snow is falling at five inches an hour! Whoa! Here's what our contacts our saying about the road conditions! We currently have 131 #YellowTrucks out. Remember Snow Fighters drive routes that take 2-3 hours to complete ...
It seems that we LIVE for the weather forecast. But, whether it be severe weather or winter weather, it can change at any minute. A forecast is just that, a forecast, a possibility. The National Weather Service has given us some guidelines to follow if your forecast changes. #beprepared
This morning, I was reminded of what the weather was like twelve years ago right before Christmas, it was brutal. We rarely see a white Christmas around these parts, but in 2004, holiday travel was at a snail's pace or a standstill. Oh, what a ride!
The Indiana Department of Transportation is monitoring multiple weather forecasts predicting a mix of rain, freezing rain, snow and ice to move across Indiana beginning Friday evening. A few degrees can mean the difference between rain, ice or snow, so freezing rain can be difficult for forecasters …
Thursday could be a day that you need too wear not only sunscreen but a space suit to the Westside Nut Club's Fall Festival so you can protect yourself from the elements! Take a look at this weather forecast. HAHAHA!!!
This morning, I noticed that the National Weather Service in Paducah, KY, posted that a 3.5 magnitude earthquake occurred at 8:45 AM this morning 2.3 miles east of Point Pleasant, MO or 29.2 miles south of Sikeston, MO.
This summer has been unlike any summer I can remember. Usually, by August, it's really hot and everything is dead. This year though, the Ohio River Valley is more like the Amazon rainforest. I don't even water my plants! (Ha, like I actually ever watered my plants before...)