Exactly 15 years ago we were tracking the state’s second longest-lived tornado. Remember? Click here for a complete review of the day via the National Weather Service in Indy.
Look at this map of rain yesterday and tell me I-74 is just an innocent interstate. Radar indicates as much as 3 inches of rain in between I-74 and I-65 northwest of Indy. Over an inch of rain generally fell near I-74 from up in Boone County down to Shelby County. Heavy rain also fell […]
The Race hasn’t been pushed back a day since the late 90s, and that is unlikely to change today. Could be 80 again by Noon today, as it was yesterday. Note that the breeze won’t be as big as it was Saturday, so you may notice every one of those degrees. Wind will be generally […]
Most of the state north of I-70 is under a Frost Advisory 4-9am Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. The current record low for May 15 in Indy is 35, from 1973. It’s gonna be close. The temperature and wind speed will both a bit too high for widespread frost, and a hard freeze […]
An EF1 tornado with an estimated wind of 100 mph struck Boone County Thursday afternoon, according to a National Weather Service storm survey. The first report of severe weather out of the county came from State Police reporting a funnel cloud at 3:11 PM from two miles northwest of Lebanon. At 3:26 officers relayed that […]
So far this season: below-normal severe stuff across the nation. This would be the fourth *relatively* quiet year in a row. There are exceptions, of course, like the November 2013 tornadoes here, but the last really bad year nationally was 2011. On this date in that year…3 tornadoes in central Indiana. Click here for the […]
Remember The Polar Vortex? Wind chills of 30 below, a foot of snow on the ground? Click here for a larger size map, plus the National Weather Service recap of the event. Click here for some of my coverage from two years ago. Click here for some throwback video coverage on what was the 13th […]