Friday brought the biggest one-day rain of the year to Indianapolis, less than a week after that happened the last time. The official total in Indy was 2.71 inches. The average September brings 3.12 inches of rainfall at Indianapolis. The ENTIRE month of September. Through the first seven days of September 2012, 4.69 inches of […]
Here’s a look at rain estimates from Monday afternoon and evening storms. Up to two inches of rain fell around Madison County. Localized heavy rain also fell in parts of Marion County. Here’s the full storm summary via the National Weather Service: 0405 PM HEAVY RAIN 4 NE INDIANAPOLIS 08/08/2011 M2.25 INCH MARION IN MEDIA […]
The attached picture shows a three inch diameter hail stone from Camby Indiana in southwest Marion County on Sunday. The biggest problem Sunday in central Indiana was hail. In northern Indiana it was high winds. A 52mph wind gust was reported in Marion, and downed trees block some roads for awhile in Michiana. Here’s a […]
Thunderstorm wind gusts of 65 mph were reported around Terre Haute Saturday Night. A hold was torn in the roof of the Community Theater. Reports of large hail and flooding were also common. Here’s a recap from the Weather Service of damage reports from the evening: ..TIME… …EVENT… …CITY LOCATION… …LAT.LON… ..DATE… ….MAG…. ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. […]
Two waves of severe weather moved through Indiana Tuesday. Indy’s one-day precipitation total was 3.06 inches, and significant river flooding remains a threat south of I-70, especially since big rain is possible again Friday. No injuries were reported, but the storm blew down power lines, and the crab apple tree outside of my Studio B […]
A wind gust of 75mph highlights the Sunday Night severe weather recap.
Thousands lost their power from Saturday evening storms. No tornadoes were sighted, but Emergency Management reported a funnel cloud 6 miles southwest of Logansport at 6:50pm. Radar indicated the possibility of a tornado around 8:30 in Morgan and Johnson Counties, so a Tornado Warning was issued. Here’s a summary: