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While the west bakes in extreme heat, Kentuckiana enjoys a milder summer...so far
Extreme summer heat is here...but not for the Ohio Valley
Extreme heat is baking the American West, but Louisville has had a relatively normal summer (so far) and much cooler than last year.
Climate outlook in the coming weeks
Temperature and precipitation outlooks 3-4 weeks from now and over the next 3 months
Tropics heat up as Tropical Storm Bret targets the Caribbean
Although Tropical Storm Bret is not expected to become a hurricane, it'll still pack a punch.
Intense Canadian wildfires bringing smoke, hazy skies to Ohio Valley
Air quality at the surface hasn't been affected yet, but the smoke has caused more colorful sunsets.
PHOTOS: Hail reports from Louisville to Corydon earlier this morning
Photos of hail, ranging from small to large, from across town
Storm Team Blog
Why spring is considered 'severe weather season'
Several ingredients must be present In order for storms to fire up and potentially turn severe.
Aurora Borealis on full display in Kentuckiana, check out these photos!
The interaction with the sun's energy and Earth's magnetic field makes for the display of beautiful lights displayed in our atmosphere
Severe weather in Kentuckiana; What you need to know
Damaging wind gusts will again be the primary threat, but spin-up tornadoes and localized flash flooding remain possible as well.
Torrential rain, flooding still on the table Friday night
Rain ends after 1 a.m., then winds pick up intensity Saturday.
Flood Threat Friday into Saturday!
Heavy rain and storms are on the way - here's the timing and how much to expect!
Tracking Flood Threat Soon
FLOOD WATCH: 8pm Thursday until 2pm Saturday
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