Here’s a close-up analysis of the heaviest rain. Red on this chart indicates more than SIX inches of precip. It fell from 5am through 1pm Monday morning. High water in some small watersheds in Marion County was the highest in possibly more than 40 years. Lick Creek in the Beech Grove area reached the highest […]
This time the heavy rain was confined to the southern part of the state, with over two inches drenching an area from around Vincennes to near Seymour. Extensive river flooding will continue in western and southern Indiana through March 15. Flood crests in the lowest reaches of the White, Wabash and East Fork White Rivers […]
Extensive river flooding returned to western…central and southern Indiana following rains on Friday and Saturday. The map above shows rainfall totals from Friday evening through 7am Saturday. Even more fell after that. Flood levels in southern Indiana will be the highest so far in 2011. Many local roads will be flooded for more than a […]
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:
Good Riddance June! This link will take you to a nice summary of the not-so-nice weather that marked the end of May and start of June around here.