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  • Gusty storms across central Indiana after 3am Friday

    Strong storms brought trees and power lines down across central Indiana Thursday afternoon. Severe weather damage was widespread and tens of thousands of homes and businesses lost power. We saw 1-3″ of rain to central Indiana Thursday afternoon. We also had large hail, 50 to 70 mph wind gusts and a funnel cloud was reported in west central Indiana. A new line of storms draped across northern Illinois and southern Iowa at 11pm will move into central Indiana after 3am. […]

  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch for central Indiana until 7 p.m.

    The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of central Indiana until 7 p.m. Damaging wind gusts and 1″ diameter hail are the primary hazards, although a brief tornado or two are also possible. The strongest threat for severe storms today will be north of I-70 and west of U.S. 31. REMEMBER: a Severe Thunderstorm Watch means conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch area. Persons in these areas should be […]

  • Strong storms are possible across central Indiana Thursday night

    11pm Update: The Wednesday evening computer model runs are picking up a cluster of strong storms forming over northern Illinois Thursday afternoon. The newest information will push a line of strong to severe storms across central Indiana Thursday evening. Gusty winds and heavy rain will be likely, with the greatest threat for severe storms north of I-70. I’ll keep a close eye on this developing weather situation and keep you informed. We’ll have a slight risk for severe storms Thursday […]

  • New weather pattern will bring warmer weather for the rest of the week

    Get ready for a major temperature change. We’ll go from a March-like chill to a taste of June with high in the 70s Thursday and in the low-80s through Sunday. Unfortunately our wet weather pattern will resume. Expect a daily, small chance chance for rain through the weekend. Although we’ll have a chance for rain, not much is expected to fall. Isolated t-storms are likely Thursday evening through Friday morning. We’ve had either rain or snow for part of the […]

  • Warmer weather in store for the rest of the week

    After a chilly start to the work week, warmer weather is on the way. We’ll have sunny skies Tuesday with highs in the mid-60s and our warm up will continue all week long. Highs will be in the 70s Thursday and in the low-80s through Sunday. The warm up does come with a drawback as central Indiana’s wet weather pattern will continue this week. We’ll stay dry for the next 24 hours before our next chance for rain arrives. Expect […]

  • Near-record chill overnight, but much warmer for the rest of the week

    After a chilly Monday, a warm up is on the way. But first we have a chilly night to get through. The average low this time of year in 57 degrees and we’ll be 20 degrees colder than that overnight. The record low for Tuesday morning is 33 degrees set back in 1895. So we’ll be close to the record. Scattered light frost is possible across central Indiana by morning. Now back to the warm up. We’ll have sunny skies […]

  • Clouds and rain are likely across central Indiana this weekend

    Indianapolis has had either snow or rain for the past 14 weekends in a row. Once again, another weekend with wet weather is forecast – the last entirely rain and snow-free weekend was February 2 and 3, over three months ago. This year only three weekends have been dry. This will not be one of them. We’ll stay dry through Saturday afternoon but more rain will move into the state late in the day. Depending on the timing of the […]

  • Showers tonight, sunshine returns to central Indiana Friday afternoon

    Scattered showers are likely through Thursday evening with a chance for a few isolated t-storms. Less than a tenth of an inch of rain is likely and the rain will end overnight. Flood warnings are still in effect for area rivers and streams and any rain we get this week will keep river levels near flood stage through the weekend. After some early clouds and sprinkles, skies will clear during the afternoon Friday. It will be a breezy, cool day […]

  • A wet, cooler Thursday across central Indiana

    Our chances for rain and thunderstorms will increase Thursday as a cold front approaches. Storms will move into the state just before sunrise. Gusty thunderstorms will develop late in the day and up to a inch of rain is likely by Thursday evening. Flood warnings are still in effect for area rivers and streams and any rain we get this week will keep river levels near flood stage through the weekend. We’ll have a dry Friday afternoon and a dry […]

  • The warmest day of the year and thunderstorms are on the way to central Indiana

    Wednesday will be the warmest day of the year so far with a high in the 80s. We’ll have partly cloudy skies with a gusty southeasterly wind and a slight chance for isolated late day t-storms. Our chances for rain and t-storms will increase Thursday as a cold front approaches. Gusty t-storms will develop late in the day and up to a inch of rain is likely by Friday morning. Flood warnings are still in effect for area rivers and […]

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