Welcome to the warm sector! That’s the area between a warm front and a cold front. It can be an active area, and you’ll notice the weather a lot today. Periods of showers and storms will be around, and a Wind Advisory is in place from 11am-8pm, about the time the cold front will pass. […]
Partly sunny and hot Saturday, with a slight chance of afternoon showers and storms. (The chance will be higher in the southern quarter of the state, including Evansville.) Showers and storms are likely late evening into overnight. Sunday starts with showers, ending from northwest to southeast through the morning. Clouds should decrease in the afternoon. […]
There’s some precipitation procrastination today, with the best chances of showers kicking in just about the time you tackle the construction zones this afternoon. Rain still looks likely and steady into the evening and early overnight hours. Good news for your thirsty yard: rain projections are still coming in around an inch through early Friday […]
Earlier this week I was desperately seeking drama in this awesome weather pattern, and opined that there was a slight chance of showers early Wednesday. That happened, but it was in South Bend. My motto: always be right….SOMEwhere. Most of the energy with a cold front moving through Indiana today is concentrated to the north. […]
AFTERNOON UPDATE: I’m removing the slight chance of storms from the Saturday afternoon forecast, with the exception of the southern quarter of the state, including Evansville. ORIGINAL STORY: Timing is everything in the Mini-Marathon, and in weather. Thunderstorms made a run on Indianapolis just ten hours prior to the Race’s start time. Wind damage was […]
Here comes the heat! We’ve only made it 40 the last two days, so today’s forecast of 60’s should be a noticeable change. Unfortunately the wind will also be noticeable, gusting away to about 35 mph this afternoon, 25 mph tonight, and 40 mph tonight. That breeze will be coming from the south and won’t […]
Here’s a map of the Flood Watch that continues through Tuesday afternoon for the southern quarter of Indiana. It includes Bloomington, Columbus, and Greensburg. Another inch and a half of rain possible, in part because of a stalled out frontal system near the Ohio River.