I remember it well. Our son was four months old. It was October 19, 1989, and 9.3 inches of snow fell in Indianapolis. An intense upper level low pressure system sat over Missouri. Warmer, southerly winds overrode colder surface air over Indiana. Snow began to accumulate as temperatures hovered around freezing. By 7am there was […]
Indy had the 6th warmest and 24th wettest November on record, according to the Weather Service. TEMPERATURES: November was characterized by a very active weather pattern with storm systems and associated frontal boundaries frequently influencing the region. There were nearly four periods of temperatures significantly warmer than normal by at least 10 degrees. These were pretty well […]
The biggest snows came in the northeast part of the state, as you can see from this map. Power lines were down and lights were out in many of the hardest hit areas. The cold upper level low pressure system produced convective-type precipitation, such as you often see in spring and summer, with highly variable […]
We have the first possibility of an inch or two of snow this season in the Tuesday night forecast. A large upper low pressure system will move to the south and then to the east of us into mid week. As cold air filters in later Tuesday the precip could change to all snow, and […]
A Wind Advisory is in place until 5am for Central Indiana. The winds are from the passage of a low pressure system and associate cold front. Sustained winds of 25-35 mph and gusts as high as 50 mph are possible. There are no remaining storm or tornado watches or warnings.