July 2015 was the warmest single month in 1627 months of global records that go back to January 1880, said NOAA.
Have you ever wondered how mosquitoes track humans? You can find the answer here, after a recent study investigated.
Do you enjoy growing pumpkins? Check out this story for a look at some massive pumpkins.
Learn about the different clouds in the sky. Why they are different shapes and sizes, how they form, and what the different colors mean.
Find out why some areas had so much rain and others didn’t. A look at why the temperatures haven’t broken the 90 degree mark much this summe…
Beginning Tuesday night, one of the more highly anticipated meteor showers of the year will peak and the Wabash Valley has a great view.
Rain has caused some major issues with the crop around Indiana. Find out if any of the farmers are having some success and what might be the…
Learn about the symptoms of dehydration and exhaustion from the heat. Find out the suggestions for staying cool.
Honeysuckle is taking over the midwest. Learn how to spot the plant and what to do.
Breaking down the local river stages and what to expect.
If you ever thought about cutting down a tree and going through the removal process, think about finding a professional. Safety reasons and …
Lightning has already been a killer for this year. We need to make sure we are always following the recommendations during bumpy weather.
Learn more about the gnats. Learn about the biology of them and how they can be mistaken for mosquitoes.
Strong and severe storms moved through the Wabash Valley Monday morning and into the afternoon. Click here to view the gallery.
Rain keeps on causing a struggle for the roads and traveling.
Interesting information about the Wabash River and how long it’s been under a flood warning. Find out more about when our wet weather moved …
Rain has hurt some of the local farmers, damaging crops across the valley.
Find out what might be eating your veggies in your backyard garden. Also learn some fun science facts with biologist Peter Coppinger.