April 11, 1965 was grim in many Indiana towns… places like Marion, Kokomo, and Goshen. The picture you see with this story, via NOAA, is a shot of the famous Elkhart, Indiana “double tornado” that killed 36 people during the “Palm Sunday Tornado” outbreak. Seven of the ten tornadoes that day were killers, and took […]
My home county (Huntington) was hit with 3-4 inches of rain on Saturday, causing flash flooding. This Doppler Radar estimate of storm total shows the hardest hit part of the county was the southern third just west of I-69. Meanwhile in Delaware county, a couple of high wind and tornado reports from the public. Those […]
The first tornadoes of the season struck Indiana early Monday morning. Two were confirmed in southern Indiana, with at least one in Central Indiana. A severe squall line early in the morning on February 28 produced a small, brief tornado in extreme southern Madison County just west of the town of Ingalls. The tornado began […]
TWO FEET of snow on the ground this morning in South Bend. Another foot is possible today, before the heaviest bands gradually shift west with a changing wind direction. Tomorrow will be quieter. One to two inches of snow fell yesterday in most of Central Indiana, where the sun’s out, but the chill won’t get […]
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 image for details.
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. One home had significant damage and 6 other structures had minor roof or fence damage. Preliminary reports indicated the tornado was at least a an EF0. An EF0 tornado […]