Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Indianapolis is getting snow dry; What does it mean

First things first, I know it has snowed this weekend. But for someone who grew up in the Midwest or lived in Indiana for many years, would you really say that counts?

If you look around, there may be a small section left on the side of the driveway or around the corner of the roof. But in fact, much of it is already gone – it melted in just a few hours. Did you get out your snow blower, or even a shovel?

What you might really need by far this winter season is an umbrella. Over the past two months, Indiana has seen more than 5 inches of rain in its central region.

Fausto Lopez uses a wheeled plow to help a crew clear snow from the sidewalk in front of Irvington Community Middle School, as nearly an inch of snow falls in central Indiana, Sunday, January 23, 2022.  A little more snow may fall on Monday morning.

Even though the temperatures have cooled off over the past few weeks, it certainly hasn’t felt like a typical Indiana winter.

So it makes sense for this edition of Scrub Hub, that we’re answering the questions: Is Central Indiana in an icy drought? And what does climate change have to do with it?

To learn more about this winter season and if it’s really unusual, keep reading.

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