A Severe Thunderstorm Watch continues for northern Indiana until 8pm, but the entire state has a good chance of showers and storms this evening. The
MORNING SNOW TOTALS: 6.2" Fort Wayne 6.0" Muncie 4.7" Yorktown 4.5" Westfield 4.0" Lafayette 3.0" Laporte 3.0" Galveston 2.2" Indianapolis 2.0" South
Accumulating snow is outta the state, but winds late this evening and overnight will cause some blowing and drifting in open areas. Chills will range
A Winter Weather Advisory is now in place until 7pm because of blowing snow. Expect winds gusts of 25mph out of the west/northwest. Another coating
SNOW ADVISORY now extended through 9am Wednesday for Central Indiana because of blowing snow later tonight and tomorrow morning. Expect winds gusts
Here's the latest radar. Click the image for loops and more views via the Radar Page. The latest map of Indiana Advisories/Warnings. Click the
Monday morning updated snow totals: 4.5 Carmel 4.4 Indianapolis 4.0 Greenwood, Franklin 3.5 New Whiteland 3.2 Tipton 3.1
The soggiest Thanksgiving in 59 years for Indianapolis! It was THE wettest Turkey Day on record, with 1.22” in 2010 through 4:00 PM. Click here for
UPDATE: A brief tornado touchdown has been confirmed about two and a half miles east of downtown Kokomo near county roads 300 East and 50 North.
Heavy rain this morning. The worst weather today will be in the northern half of the state.Click here for instant warning info.
Click here for instant warning info. There's a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for north/northeastern Indiana until 8pm tonight. The biggest threats are
There's still a slight shower chance for Indy, and points southward today, especially in the morning, but nothing that should rain out the Brickyard.