You may hear sirens today at 10:15 in the morning. The annual Statewide Tornado Test Drill will repeat at 7:35 tonight. Unlike yesterday: no *real* severe weather today. That’s moved along to the south.
Here’s where the severe stuff struck Monday. according to Interactive Hail Maps. Most of the large hail reports were around an inch diameter, but one spotter in Rush County reported golf ball size hail of 1.75″ diameter size hail. (If you’ve ever wondered how those hail size descriptions work…click here.)
The chart above show radar-indicated hail of larger than .50″ in diameter. This chart plots public/spotter reports of large hail yesterday via the SPC.
SPECIFIC MONDAY RAIN TOTALS
1.35″ | MUNCIE
0.74″ | LAFAYETTE
0.60″ | TERRE HAUTE
0.50″ | INDIANAPOLIS
0.02″ | BLOOMINGTON
PAUL’S PREVIOUS PREDICTION
Biggest miss in some time. The high was 51 in Indy. My forecast was 62. There was a crazy spread in temps yesterday.
68 | BLOOMINGTON
65 | TERRE HAUTE
56 | MUNCIE
52 | LAFAYETTE
51 | INDY
The average high is 54 and the average low is 34. Records are 84 (2012) and 11 (1876). The sunrise time is 7:47am and it sets at 7:58pm.
INDY SEVEN DAY FORECAST
Today: Morning fog. Partly to mostly cloudy. High 58.
Tonight: Decreasing cloudiness. Low 27.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and colder. High 41.
Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy. Low 26.
Thursday: Partly sunny. High 52.
Thursday Night: Slight shower chances. Low 45.
Friday: Partly sunny and warmer. High 67.
Friday Night: Shower chances after midnight. Low 54.
Saturday: Periods of rain. High 65.
Saturday Night: Periods of rain. Low 50.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Shower chances in the morning. High 59.
Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy. Low 49.
Monday: Mostly cloudy. Shower chances in the afternoon. High 65.