(Click here for severe weather update.) Storms late this afternoon could fire to the west and southwest of Indy, and there’s a chance that storms could produce severe weather from around Indy down to the Ohio River through the evening. Those mint juleps could get watered down at Churchill Downs. Here’s the update, via Interactive […]
Update: another watch has been issued to the east of this one, and will go until 2am. (EARLIER) Storms this afternoon are producing hail across central Indiana, and now the Storm Prediction Center has a Watch in place until 11pm Eastern time tonight. Follow the storms and warnings with My Huge Radar.
**SATURDAY AFTERNOON UPDATE** The Storm Prediction Center doesn’t see significant organization to the current batch of storms in Illinois this afternoon, and is changing the risk from “moderate” to “slight” for all of Indiana. There will still be storms starting tonight in the mid to late evening, and there could still be storm warnings due […]
85 already at Noon, and today’s video for @indystar shows the storms that should bubble up in the heat this afternoon. Plus: the two Mostly Nice days in the forecast, and the preview for next weekend. Indiana’s Weatherman is also available in Lafayette’s Journal & Courier, Muncie’s Star Press. and and Richmond’s Pal-Item. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/43613618/feeds/indy.mp4
A 40th anniversary recap of the Super Outbreak of tornadoes from the National Weather Service from Wilmington Ohio notes how much “storm tracking” has changed since that terrible day: Storms on the radar screen were traced onto thin paper maps, and meteorologists heavily relied on the manifestation of hook echoes as well as spotter reports […]
The first wave Friday evening is unlikely to bring more than an inch – maybe two – of snow. The bigger question mark is Sunday. The latest computer modeling places central Indiana in the middle of the transition zone of potentially heavy snow to the north to freezing rain in southern Indiana. It does appear […]
Here is the time sequence of tonight’s storm, via the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh model, and illustrated by weatherbell.com. Scattered storms possible at any time late this afternoon and evening. The squall line associated with the cold front should move through around these times: 7-9pm Lafayette 8-10pm Kokomo, Indy 9-11pm Muncie 10-midnight Richmond 6pm 7pm 8pm […]