Wind & FloodingFebruary 20th, 2014 at 10:18 am by Pamela Gardner under Weather
Currently, we don’t have any severe storms. However a few of the storms in northwestern Indiana will produce gusty wind, lightning, heavy rain and thunder as they move northeast. The cold front moving through this afternoon will produce strong to severe storms in Indiana. The main time frame for all of central Indiana is 4pm to 10pm. The storms will bring gusty wind and heavy rainfall as well as isolated tornadoes.
A flood watch is in effect for much of central Indiana this afternoon, while the southeastern counties have a flash flood watch.
Wind gusts in the storms will be strong at times, but there is also a wind advisory after the storms move through. The advisory goes into effect 7pm tonight to 6pm Friday. Sustained winds will be 20 to 30 mph with gusts up to 45 mph.