INDIANAPOLIS – It has been four years since a few houses were damaged in the Eaton area by thunderstorms.

An area of low pressure brought rain, wind, and some thunderstorms to central Indiana on March 9 and 10. Three homes sustained damage with one roof blown off. Some vehicles sustained damage as well. Winds were estimated at 90 mph.

Courtesy: NWS Indianapolis

Over a 24-hour period, Indianapolis picked up over 1.5″ of rainfall. Other areas of central Indiana picked up over an inch of rainfall as well.

Courtesy: NWS Indianapolis

March 9 Almanac

  • Record high temperature: 72° (1878)
  • Record low temperature: -1° (1984)
  • Record rainfall: 1.84″ (2019)
  • Record snowfall: 4.8″ (1924)

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