• Heat Advisory

    * WHAT...Heat index values of 95 to 100 throughout the week. * WHERE...Portions of northern Indiana and southwest Michigan. * WHEN...Until 8 PM EDT /7 PM CDT/ Friday. * IMPACTS...Hot temperatures and high humidity may cause heat illnesses to occur. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Heat stress increases with the number of consecutive hot days. The effects of heat are most impactful for more vulnerable urban populations.More

  • Air Quality Alert

    The officials at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management have declared Air Quality Action Days, in effect through Thursday June 20. An Air Quality Action Day for Ozone has been issued. Ozone levels are expected to be in the Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups range. Active children and adults, and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma should limit prolonged outdoor exposure. Here are some recommended actions that the public can take: * Walk, bike, carpool or use public transportation. * Avoid using the drive-through and combine errands into one trip. * Avoid refueling your vehicle or using gasoline-powered lawn equipment until after 7pm. * Turn off your engine when idling for more than 30 seconds. * Conserve energy by turning off lights or setting the air conditioner to 75 degrees or above. For additional information, please visit the IDEM Smog page at: https://apps.idem.in.gov/smogwatchMore

  • Air Quality Alert

    An Air Quality Action Day has been forecast for Northwest Indiana for elevated ozone levels and is in effect from midnight tonight to midnight Wednesday night. Ozone levels are expected to be at unhealthy levels for sensitive groups. For additional information...please visit the IDEM SMOG Watch web site at www.SmogWatch.IN.gov or the EPA AIRNOW web site at www.airnow.gov and click on Indiana.More

  • Air Quality Alert

    The officials at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management have declared an Air Quality Action Day, in effect for Wednesday June 19. An Air Quality Action Day for Ozone has been issued. Ozone levels are expected to be in the Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups range. Active children and adults, and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma should limit prolonged outdoor exposure. Here are some recommended actions that the public can take: * Walk, bike, carpool or use public transportation. * Avoid using the drive-through and combine errands into one trip. * Avoid refueling your vehicle or using gasoline-powered lawn equipment until after 7pm. * Turn off your engine when idling for more than 30 seconds. * Conserve energy by turning off lights or setting the air conditioner to 75 degrees or above. For additional information, please visit the IDEM Smog page at: https://apps.idem.in.gov/smogwatchMore

  • Excessive Heat Watch

    The Excessive Heat Watch has been replaced. Please see the latest information from NWS Northern Indiana on this developing situation.More

  • Heat Advisory

    * WHAT...Heat index values of 95 to 100 throughout the week. * WHERE...Portions of northern Indiana and southwest Michigan. * WHEN...Until 8 PM EDT /7 PM CDT/ Friday. * IMPACTS...Hot temperatures and high humidity may cause heat illnesses to occur. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Heat stress increases with the number of consecutive hot days. The effects of heat are most impactful for more vulnerable urban populations.More

  • Air Quality Alert

    The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has declared an Air Quality Advisory for Wednesday June 19, for elevated levels of ozone in parts of southwest Michigan. Pollutants within those areas are expected to be in the Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (USG, Orange AQI) range. The Air Quality Advisory is in effect for the following counties in southwest Michigan... Berrien Clouds start to erode in the early afternoon hours on Wednesday near the Lake Michigan shoreline, which will give way to USG-level Ozone concentrations for southwest and west Michigan counties. It is recommended that, when possible, you avoid strenuous outdoor activities, especially those with respiratory diseases such as asthma. People and businesses are urged to avoid activities which lead to ozone formation. These activities include: * refueling vehicles or topping off when refueling; * using gasoline powered lawn equipment; * using charcoal lighter fluid. Positive activities include: * driving less; * telecommuting; * and delaying or combining errands. For further information, please see EPA's Air Now site for up-to- date air quality data: https://www.airnow.gov/More

  • Excessive Heat Watch

    The Excessive Heat Watch has been replaced. Please see the latest information from NWS Northern Indiana on this developing situation.More


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