Severe T-Storm Watch until 1am
Severe t-storms are wreaking havoc all across central Indiana. 60 mph wind gusts and quarter sized hail are the main threats. Flash flooding will be a major concern as several inches of rain have already fallen and more is on the way. We now have a severe t-storm watch in effect until 10pm. I’ll be updating this blog throughout the afternoon and evening.
All of the t-storms have moved out of the state. Expect fog by morning.
The watch has been canceled.
The severe t-storm watch has been dropped for most of the state. Still expect heavy rain over eastern Indiana.
Only a few counties are still under the watch.
The last line of strong storms is moving into east central Indiana. All of the severe t-storm warnings expired at 8:45 and the storms have weakened below severe weather limits. Lightning, 40-50mph wind gusts and heavy rain are likely as the storms push toward Ohio. As of this writing almost 30,000 customers are without power due to downed trees and power lines.
Rain is still falling over most of the state. Many areas have had 1-3 inches of rain today.
The heaviest rain has moved east of Indianapolis.
Several counties have already been dropped from the severe t-storm watch.
This area shows the last line of severe storms that we will see tonight. Expect several t-storm warnings to be issued as they march across the state.
Up to three inches of rain has fallen today and Flash Flood Warnings are in effect though 9:15pm for Vigo, Putnam, Clay, Hendricks and Marion counties.
Our severe t-storm watch has been extended statewide until 1am.
More storms will move in from Illinois after 9pm.
Another round of heavy rain will move into Indianapolis by 10pm.
East central Indiana gets soaked again by 11pm.
Heavy rain ends by Midnight.
We now have a severe t-storm watch in effect until 10pm.
Storm reports are coming in from western Indiana.
We have a risk for severe storms this afternoon.
Hail and 60 mph winds will be the main threats as these storms roll across the state.