Much of Indiana sees a Fire Weather Watch
by IPR News
September 23, 2010
Dry conditions in Indiana mean state authorities spent today watching for wildfires. Much of Indiana has been under a Fire Weather Watch since this afternoon. Jason Puma is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis. He explains what a fire weather watch means.
Puma says today may be the last 90 degree day of the year. A cold front is expected to push across Indiana tomorrow, returning daytime highs back to late September norms.
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