A horrific sight from straight line, strong winds collapse the stage at the Indiana State Fair just before Sugarland was set to perform. As of this posting, 4 people are known to have died and 40 more people are injured.
RAINS NEVER MATERIALIZED:
Yesterday's forecast, as you might recall, showed a good chance for rain and thunderstorms. Unfortunately for many of us that rain never developed. Areas to our north, such as Celina, Byrdstown, and Jamestown all received around a 1/2" and up. In east Tennessee, there are reports of 1" plus.
HUGE CHANGES IN WEATHER:
Since June 1st, we've been in the 'oven' (so to speak) with only an occasional and brief break. With frontal passage this morning, we will see a noticeable change in the weather with a northwesterly breeze and it will feel a lot less like summer and more like early autumn. This pattern will last well into Tuesday with a turn back to a summer-like pattern by mid-week. All of the details are in the latest, local forecast link below. Enjoy the break!
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