As expected the biggest rains today have been in the southern half of the state. There’s a Flood Advisory until 7:30 for Greene, NW Lawrence & SW Monroe counties. Up to 4 inches of rain fell! Meanwhile, the attached map shows the Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 10:00pm for southeast Indiana.
Hot (if you will) off the press! A chance of showers in the middle of the heat! The last few days I’ve gazed with envy at all that white on the satellite loop. It’s spinning away in the Plains but melts as it runs into a ridge over us. That blocking high pressure ridge *may* […]
A break today from severe weather, although scattered showers and storms are still possible, mainly in the afternoon. We’re recovering today from a parade of watches, warnings, and the biggest one-day rain total in almost five months. What kind of weather closes roads? Your first guess is probably snow or ice or flash flooding. Friday […]
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 […]