A Severe Thunderstorm Watch and a Heat Advisory are in place this afternoon for most of Indiana. Heat index temps will be closing in on 100. Today will be the 11th day of 90 degree or hotter weather in Indianapolis. We average 17 over the course of a summer. The hottest Indy temp so far […]
A severe thunderstorm watch is up for parts of northern Indiana. Scattered storms will punctuate sticky sunshine today. Sunday brings another afternoon/early evening chance. The storms today have a slight risk of being severe, with the biggest threat being damaging wind.
Two tornado touchdowns were reported early this afternoon just over the Indiana/Illinois border in Edgar county. Little or no damage is being reported. Most of the state is under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 9pm. Below is a map of how much rain has fallen so far…more than an inch in many spots.
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.