Shower and thunderstorm chances will increase toward daybreak Wednesday, as high pressure moves farther east and Gulf moisture is drawn up ahead of
See some wet sidewalks? Showers overnight will be moving through the eastern edge of Indiana early Monday morning. I didn't see any totals over .05"
My Huge Radar around 4am. Morning sidewalks could still be a little wet around Lafayette. The rain was/is associated with an upper level feature that
here for a full size snowfall map.) Reports received at the NWS office: PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS
Indiana takes the Polar Plunge again early Monday morning but before that happens: two rounds of snow and a few hours above freezing. The gusty wind
UPDATE: Winds increased, indeed - gusting to 50 mph along with a thin, intense squall line of snow that caused brief whiteout conditions and
At 4am: Lafayette 21, with a wind chill of 6. It was still 31 (chill of 20) in Indy. Winds in LAF & the Haute were around 20mph. An Arctic cold front