Flood / Severe Weather Threat UpdateDecember 21st, 2013 at 9:21 am by Ken Brewer under Weather
SEVERE STORMS THREAT: The threat for severe weather has shifted into Indianapolis. Most of the threat will be from Evansville to Indianapolis to Muncie line. The biggest threat will be gusty and damaging wind. The peak timing of the severe weather threat will be late this afternoon into early evening.
LATEST ON FLOODING THREAT: Most of the WISH-TV viewing area is now under a Flood Warning until 8:00 pm Sunday. Rainfall totals are still expected to reach anywhere from 2″-5″ with the exception of NW corner of our area.
TIMING: Waves of rain are continuing to pour into southern Indiana. As a warm front lifts north during the day, more unstable air with lots of moisture will drift north along with it. Late afternoon into early evening will be the window of opportunity for the strong thunderstorms with gusty wind to move through.
After midnight, the heaviest rain, and threat for thunderstorms will wind down. Scattered rain showers will last through Sunday morning. By Sunday afternoon, colder air arrives, and we could see flurries, and/or snow showers, but no accumulation is expected with that.