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What life would look like if the Sunshine Protection Act becomes a reality

Although sunsets would be later in winter, our mornings would become much darker. Our sunrises in late December and early January wouldn’t occur until 9 a.m. → Read More

Debunking common myths about tornadoes to prepare you for severe weather season

Are you prepared for severe weather? We're talking to the experts to clear up some misconceptions about tornadoes. → Read More

'These people made great sacrifices' | How slaves used Kentucky to fight their way to freedom

Although the horrors of slavery can be tough to learn, the fight for freedom was instrumental in shaping our world today. → Read More

Significant winter storm to bring heavy rain, ice, sleet to Kentuckiana Wednesday and Thursday

Be prepared for significant ice accumulations, especially along the Ohio River late Thursday, which could impact the evening commute. → Read More

Dog days of summer to bring plenty of rain through the weekend

Temperatures won't be excessive, thankfully, but several inches of rain possible over the next week. → Read More

Damaging frost, flurries possible early Wednesday

Snow accumulation is highly unlikely, but temperatures in the 30s for several mornings may cause damage to crops and other plants. → Read More

Heavy rain, severe thunderstorms possible Thursday

Severe weather will be more likely to happen Thursday evening. → Read More

The significance of Louisville's Engine 8

The building on South 13th Street was the very first firehouse in Louisville to house African American firefighters in the 1900s. → Read More

Winter Storm Warning: Several inches of snow expected Monday

Snow will come in two waves Monday. It'll also be very cold. → Read More

Significant winter weather this week to bring snow and ice

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Tuesday night until Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Old Man Winter is back with snow and cold this weekend

Minor snow accumulations are forecast, but clouds hang around for the upcoming week. → Read More

Celsius vs. Fahrenheit: A brief history of temperature

With news of a COVID-19 vaccine needing to be stored at super cold temperatures, here's a brief history of two temperature scales. → Read More

Snow still expected to end November, but uncertainties remain

Rain will transition to snow, but when, and will we have any accumulation? → Read More

Secure your trash cans! Strong wind expected Saturday night through Sunday

Wind gusts may exceed 45 miles per hour. Rain and thunderstorms will also move through late Saturday night. → Read More

Arcs, halos, sun dogs, oh my! What's going on in the sky?

Seeing more than one optical phenomena in the sky isn't uncommon but becomes increasingly rare as you count up. → Read More

Heavy rain to begin Wednesday night; several inches expected

Flooding is a concern for some as upwards of 4" will be possible in select locations. → Read More

Much needed soaking rains arrive to start the week

Rain will help alleviate drought conditions in southern Indiana. → Read More

Green Heart Project looks to 'green up' Louisville with tree plantings

The study will track 750 participants' health over the next five years to see what changes the new greenery will have. → Read More

La Niña conditions may mean a wetter, slightly warmer winter for Ohio Valley

Two of the last three La Niña events brought above average snowfall to Louisville. → Read More

September 3rd was especially wet, but 2020 has been a very wet year

Although this summer has not been exceptionally hot, it has been very wet. → Read More