2:55PM: NWS will downgrade the Blizzard Warning to a Winter Weather Advisory shortly. It will still go to 7p. WLFI TV in West Lafayette is up to 3-4 inches of snow. 2:00PM: WIKI-POTEETIA: Visibility hasn’t been above a mile at Indy since before 7am. WInd chill’s been between 14-17 since then. 1:30pm: Focus of accumulating […]
Several tornadoes struck the state of Indiana on September 20, 2002. The biggest tornado rampaged through rural and urban parts of Indiana for 112 miles, becoming the second longest tornado track in Indiana history after the Monticello tornado of April 3, 1974. The long track tornado reached F3 intensity in Ellettsville, Martinsville, and Greenwood, with […]
Here’s a map of a tornado watch for this afternoon and evening, which includes Indianapolis and points to the east and southeast. The watch goes until 10pm. Thunderstorms are expected to increase in coverage and intensity this afternoon along and south of a warm front that is lifting northward through Indiana. (You’ll notice the effects […]
The first big Lake Effect Snow of the season is winding down this morning in Michiana, as winds shift to a more westerly direction and the lessen in intensity. The storm leaves behind a general swath of snow from around 7-12′ in the South Bend metro area. Good news: above average temps by the end […]
The first tornadoes of the season struck Indiana early Monday morning. Two were confirmed in southern Indiana, with at least one in Central Indiana. A severe squall line early in the morning on February 28 produced a small, brief tornado in extreme southern Madison County just west of the town of Ingalls. The tornado began […]
On June 2, 1990, a large and widespread tornado outbreak occurred across parts of the Midwest and Ohio Valley. Through the early morning of June 3, there were a total of 65 tornadoes, 37 of which occurred across Indiana.