One more day of Isaac-inspired moisture brings periods of showers to Indy. The rain won’t be as heavy today, and by this evening it should be confined to places east and south of Indianapolis. Sunday’s soakers made for Indy’s biggest calendar-day rainfall totals in almost a year. Over an inch and a half was recorded. […]
The Weather Service in Northern Indiana had some reports of funnel clouds late Saturday afternoon. They appeared to happen because of a combo platter of a stalled upper level low pressure system above us, and relatively cool air aloft. These type of funnel clouds typically do not descend to the ground. On rare occasions they […]
There were some reports of tornadoes in Delaware County Saturday evening, which probably reflect sightings of “cold air funnels.” Conditions were favorable for them to develop, within a cold-core, broad area of low pressure spinning away. The storms that spawn them aren’t very “tall” and the cold air funnel circulation seldom makes contact with the […]
This map shows the spot just north of U.S. 40 between Cartersburg and Plainfield where a trained spotter had reported a tornado early Wednesday evening. The National Weather Service said the spotter reported to them that an awning on a horse trailer was damaged 2 miles west of Plainfield. Several reports of funnel clouds came […]
A tornado watch is now out for much of the state until 3am. A storm earlier this evening produced several reports of funnel clouds in Hendricks County. Isolated severe storms tonight could produce damaging winds and a few tornadoes.
Monday brought MANY reports of 60-70 mph straight line winds, and damage to hangars at the Shelbyville Airport. Funnel clouds were sighted by the public in Owen and Monroe counties. A large chunk of central Indiana also remains under a Flash Flood Watch. WLFI in Lafayette reports at least 5000 acres of corn have been […]