Cold front's coming today, and will act as a trigger for a thin line of showers and storms as it passes through central Indiana from around 10am to
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN 350 PM EST Thu Dec 29
When is the most likely time for rain today? Short-term modeling (via WeatherBELL) has it into Lafayette around 7am, the Indy metro around 10am, and
More than 30 degrees cooler today, with chills in the 20s, thanks to winds gusting to around 35-40 mph! That big storm system that moved out of the
Record highs today, possibly severe storms this evening, and snow showers tomorrow. Thanks, and good night everybody! The biggest risk for rain and
Matthew moves toward FLA today. Click here for a complete update via the National Hurricane Center. See the history and forecast track of the storm
Think of it as a big roundabout up high in the sky. An upper level low brandishing a pocket of cold air above us will sit and spin over us the next
Weather Bell. Rain will likely be around as you drive to work Monday morning, and heavy rain is a possibility Monday and Tuesday at any point in
Well...think of all those May flowers! Indy finishes the month of April with 5.86 inches of precipitation. The average is 3.81. A few fewer flowers
When will it rain today? Short-term computer modeling shows showers moving in around 4pm. Could be about an hour earlier in the Haute and Lafayette.
A warmer, wetter Wednesday, with the best chance of showers and some storms coming in the afternoon. Winds will gust to 45 mph. Short term computer
A marginal risk of severe weather today in central Indiana as a strong cold front plows into the state. The busiest time on My Huge Radar will be the
SEVERE RISK There's a marginal risk of severe weather Indy southward Saturday afternoon and evening. Look at these Christmas Day highs!