National Weather Service
From Friday night in suburban Indianapolis to Sunday afternoon in Chicago, sports medics had their hands full last weekend — with the athletes being the least of their worries.
MUNSTER | Northwest Indiana residents could see the first snowflakes of the season as soon as Monday evening.
Temperatures could dip below freezing by Tuesday morning for the first time this season.
Heavy rains Wednesday night and early Thursday caused few problems in the region.
A forecast for potentially record-breaking temperatures in the mid to upper 90s prompted some school closings and early dismissals Tuesday.
The National Weather Service is warning of strong rip currents at Lake Michigan beaches in Cook and Lake counties through Thursday night.
EAST CHICAGO | Temperatures are forecast to climb into the mid-90s Monday and Tuesday and East Chicago officials announced the opening of a cooling center to help provide some relief.
A beach hazards statement issued Tuesday warning of life-threatening rip currents at Lake Michigan beaches continues through 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Dangerous waves reaching 15 feet and life-threatening rip currents are expected at beaches from Chicago to LaPorte County through Wednesday night, the National Weather Service warned Tuesday.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the region through Friday night with warnings of a heat index near 108 on Friday.
A severe thunderstorm brought high winds and hail to southern areas of Northwest Indiana Wednesday morning.
Eric Gibson checks his smartphone for radar on storms earlier this month in the Valparaiso area.
Storm spotter Eric Gibson is shown keeping track of a storm passing over Valparaiso two weeks ago.
Wheatfield resident Eric Gibson is a volunteer storm spotter for the National Weather Service.
This week has been designated Lightning Safety Week by the National Weather Service. It comes not a moment too soon, leading into next month, which is the most dangerous of the year when it comes to lightning-related injuries and fatalities in the United States.
Ind. 2 between U.S. 231 and Interstate 65 reopened to traffic early Friday morning after being closed due to downed power lines caused by Wednesday night's storms.
Several rounds of showers and thunderstorms are expected through week's end, prompting a flood watch for the region.
Drivers slid to their destinations during Friday's morning commute, causing police to respond to numerous accidents caused by icy roads.
The episode of sequestration – the $85 billion in automatic, across-the-board spending cuts that take effect today – reminds us of what happens when legislators cease to legislate.
A winter storm was expected to continue to bring snow into the Chicago area until Wednesday morning.
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