Photographer Nicolaus Wegner spent May through September of 2014 photographing severe weather in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Colorado. The time lapse project is a result of that time spent working and chasing.
Mrs. Poteet wanted some moisture on her mums, and there was a little Saturday evening and overnight. The biggest rainfall totals and wind gusts were in the northern third of the state. Lafayette got over an inch of rain, and winds gusted to 70 mph farther north. Click here for a map. The rain in […]
March 31, 1890 – Saint Louis received 20 inches of snow in 24 hours. It was the worst snowstorm of record for Saint Louis. March 31, 2006 – An F2 tornado moves along a 17 mile path from Johnson into Shelby County Indiana. March 31, 2014 – Intense low pressure in the Northern Plains brought […]
At least one tornado damaged buildings in Minnesota Monday afternoon, as March went out like a very large lion. A tightly wound area of low pressure was the focal point for huge temperature differences and stormy weather of all sorts. Highs soared into the 60s in the Twin Cities, while heavy snow socked Bemidji in […]
March 21, 1932 – A major outbreak of tornadoes struck Mississippi eastward to South Carolina and northward to Indiana. Nearly all the deaths occurred in Alabama making this the worst tornado day in the state’s history. A total of 31 twisters touched down across Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee. 36 tornadoes were rated F2 or […]
March 12, 1948 – The Indianapolis low temperature was -5, and that’s the latest date in the season for a temperature below zero. March 12, 1954 – A blizzard raged from eastern Wyoming into the Black Hills of western South Dakota, while a severe ice storm was in progress from northeastern Nebraska to central Iowa. […]
February 17, 1936 – It fell to 58 below in McIntosh South Dakota, the all time record for the state. February 17, 1958 – A huge snow storm struck the northeastern US. It was one of the biggest of the 20th century. Boston Airport got 19 inches of snow in 24 hours. DC got 14 […]
Mild weather again today for Metro Indy today, and shower chances are back tonight, especially after midnight into Wednesday. Thunder is possible, and a few storms could be severe in the southern half of the state. Temps will be in the 50’s today, and a warm front arriving later today means we will soar into […]