National Weather Service reports the tornado touched down around 7:21 p.m. Tuesday about a mile south of Worthington.
Storms moving through the Wabash Valley producing hail in some places. Check out these Report It! Photos.
You may notice changes to a few of your weather alerts soon.
When you hear “omega block”, you probably think of a child’s toy or fish oil. The term actually represents a weather pattern.
You might want to take time to check your ash trees while the weather cooperates. Emerald ash borers aren’t the only threats to ash trees.
By now you probably know the zika virus can spread through mosquitoes that call the Wabash Valley home.
You might think you’re safe from disease-carrying ticks just because you avoid walking in deep woods, but that’s not always the case.
People across the valley can usually lend a hand when you need it, but we keep our morel mushroom hunting tactics under lock and key.
The past few days the wind has tried to kill your plants, the frost has tried to wipe out your plants and pretty soon bugs are going to try …
You might hear members of Storm Team 10 mention storm outlooks on air from time to time, but you might not know what they mean for you.
In the middle of the storm, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with severe weather, especially hail.
Severe weather can hit with little or no warning, but there are ways to help you and your family survive the storm.
Sometimes – telling someone else’s story – just doesn’t do the trick. And that’s exactly what happened when we met Lyndsey Harner.
We know that you are not always able to see News 10 on-air, but when it comes to severe weather we can be wherever you are.