I’m happy to announce a breather. Temps will “only” be around average today and tomorrow. A cold front went through overnight, but it was kinda like that tree falling in the forest… Temperatures fall today, relative to yesterday’s official high of 92. Indianapolis still hasn’t gotten past 93 this season, but it appears that will […]
That’s a picture of a tornado near Loogootee Indiana, from the outbreak of June 2, 1990. It was originally snapped by the Loogootee Tribune, and is available on the Indianapolis National Weather Service website, where most of the following information can also be found. Indiana’s largest tornado outbreak happened 22 years ago today. There were […]
Showers are likely today, with some thunder also possible. The rain will fade from south to north this evening, and I think we can now take the rain chance out of Sunday’s story. A cold front brings the showers and storms back after midnight Sunday night into Monday morning. PP SATURDAY NETWORK FORECAST: Showers likely… […]
There is now a HIGH risk for severe weather today over much of the middle of Kentucky and north central Tennessee. The northern edge of the high risk starts just east of Evansville, continues near the Ohio River, over to just north of Louisville. The Storm Prediction Center believes there will be a significant outbreak […]
Six tornadoes touched down in central Indiana along on May 25th, with an additional one moving into the area from southern Indiana. In addition, widespread wind damage and large hail struck the area. For a complete summary of the damage surveys completed in Decatur, Parke, Lawrence, Monroe, and Shelby counties after this twisters, click here.
April 3, 1974: the date of the worst tornado outbreak during the 20th century, and Indiana was hit hard. The “Super Outbreak,” as it’s commonly called, featured 148 tornadoes that occurred in a 24 hour period from 1:00 PM EST April 3rd to 1:00 PM EST on April 4 th. The combined path length of […]
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.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in place for much of Central Indiana until 9pm. A widespread outbreak isn’t expected, but a few severe storms are possible. Showers could hang around until the cold front crosses the Ohio River, which should happen around the beginning of Tuesday rush hour.
Three dozen tornadoes have been reported today as of 4pm, with Mississippi hit hardest. A slight to moderate risk continues this evening across Indiana. Central Indiana should have some dry time from mid through late morning today. The biggest threat of rain and storms today will move in from the southwest right around lunch and […]