RADAR LOOP (CLICK HERE FOR COLOR-CODED RADAR) UPDATES 10:10AM Look at this disparity! 10:00AM Yesterday’s rain (and snow northwest) was driven by deep, intense low pressure finally heading out to sea today. It produced killer storms in the South. Here are the Storm Prediction Center reports from Tuesday and Wednesday. 9:30AM More totes: 10.4 South […]
The Weather Service is placing some of Indiana under a Winter Weather Advisory, as shown on the chart, which also indicates the latest NWS snow forecasts. The complete text of the NWS Advisory and Warning follow my forecast. URGENT – WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN 405 PM EST TUE FEB 23 2016 […]
4pm update: NWS now says to only expect 1-2 additional inches in the southern third of the state. Up to an inch around Indy and the I-70 Snow will return south of Lafayette and Kokomo including Indy around 2p. Generally about 2” so far. . Less than an inch north of there. Southern Indiana mix […]
Rather watch than read? Here’s today’s @indystar video with Mr. Weatherman explaining how the snow will start and (most importantly) stop.
7:00pm Snow will begin entering the state just after lunch time Tuesday. It will be around in the afternoon rush hours, and is likely to be heavy at times from 6pm – 3am, but lighter snow could linger through late morning Wednesday. Heavy snow totals are most likely north of I-70. South/southeast of that corridor […]
I’m often asked online why one particular storm is a “Winter Storm Warning,” and one is an “Advisory” etc etc. Those terms are explained in the chart above from the National Weather Service Indianapolis office. (An excerpt is shown above – here’s the full size version.) Blizzard warnings are issued when the NWS expects sustained […]