One more day of the all-to-familiar Excessive Heat Warning. Humidity will start to fall Monday afternoon, and it won't be quite as hot. The relief
Showers and storms are popping in the northern half of the state. The Excessive Heat Warning continues through tomorrow. Check my radar
The northern quarter of the state has a slight risk for severe weather through the weekend, because of the positioning of a stalled front. Eventually
Storms bubbled up in the late afternoon heat along and just south of I-70 east of Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon. This chart shows the doppler
Just a slight risk of severe weather again today. The most likely time is mid afternoon until about sunset. As a bubble of hot high pressure in the
An "Excessive Heat Watch" is in place for central Indiana Tuesday through Saturday. For details, click here. Storm chances are back in the picture,
Indy hit 89 officially yesterday, and we should go over the line today...probably the first of about 6 times in a row. Expect more hot sun, with just
Temps will get gradually hotter over the next few days. Highs will get into the lower 90's tomorrow and into the mid 90's by the middle of next week.
This map shows where there is a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in place until 3am tonight. Biggest dangers are storms with large hail and damaging winds.
UPDATE #2: Newest map, now reflecting the SPC's upgrade to a moderate risk over the eastern part of Indiana today. The map below shows that risk
10:16am UPDATE: Watch extended to include Adams, Blackford, Grant, Jay, and Wells counties. This map shows where a Severe
This chart shows why a Heat Advisory is in place for all of Central Indiana this afternoon from 1-8 pm. Highs will move into the low-mid 90's, with
A Heat Advisory is in place for parts of western Indiana Monday afternoon. Heat Index numbers will run 105-110 in those areas, but they could get to