A dreary day that revolves around low pressure moving into Kentucky on its way to southeast Indiana by tonight. An upper level low starts the day near St. Louis. The weather deck is stacked against you. Expect scattered light showers today. There could be some sprinkles or drizzle. As the low starts wobbling westward tonight […]
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.
Welcome to July! For the first time in the last three days we might NOT hit the record books today. But it’s still hot, and that won’t change for at least a week. The upper level ridge has moved just a little farther south over the weekend. Once again today – as storms move across […]
Over 35 percent of the state is now in a “severe or extreme drought,” according to the latest Drought Monitor issued Thursday morning. All of central Indiana is now in a “moderate drought.” The moderate drought area almost doubled since last week. The northeast and southwest corners continue to be hardest hit. The Evansville area […]
Here’s a map of current Flood Watches & Warnings. Another wave of low pressure could bring 1-2 inches of rain to southeast Indiana tonight through Monday afternoon.
Severe Thunderstorm Watch is now out until 7pm for parts of the southern third of the state. It includes the cities of Bedford, Bloomington, Columbus, Seymour, and Vincennes. IN INDIANA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 12 COUNTIES IN CENTRAL INDIANA BARTHOLOMEW DECATUR IN SOUTH CENTRAL INDIANA BROWN JACKSON LAWRENCE MONROE IN SOUTHEAST INDIANA JENNINGS IN SOUTHWEST INDIANA […]
Big breezes blew in just before a cold front this morning. The Storm Prediction Center chart plots all the reports of high wind, hail and tornadoes from yesterday. Wisconsin reported tornadoes in at least five counties, although no injuries were reported. Baseball-sized hail was also reported. In Indiana the winds were frisky at the start […]
Big time storm system Monday killed at least seven people in the Deep South, spawned over 1300 reports of severe weather, the most in a 24-hour period since the records began in the year 2000. The hardest hit regions were the Tennessee Valley, Mississippi Valley and the Southeast. Indiana has a risk of severe thunderstorms […]