The storms are moving southeast towards Indianapolis right now. These storms are moving 30-40 mph, and it has about 50 miles until arrival. Expect the storms to arrive within an hour. Wind gusts and small hail are the main threats as the storms push through, but they may become severe as they move into eastern Indiana. We will monitor and keep you updated.
Temperatures will be very comfortable for Colts training camp on Monday in Anderson. There is a chance for some showers and storms. No severe storms expected. Otherwise, partly sunny and breezy with highs in the lower 70s.
Overview: It’s been a busy weekend for Indiana weather with both Saturday and Sunday having risks for severe weather. The weekend is concluding and we take a break from the severe weather this week. Tomorrow brings isolated thunderstorm possibilities.
Right now: A cold front is northwest of Indianapolis. Ahead of it, we have scattered thunderstorms. Lightning, heavy rain and gusty wind are the threats. As they move into eastern Indiana this evening they could turn severe. Ahead of the rain, our temps are warm and we have high humidity.
Tonight: There is a chance for showers and thunderstorms overnight but they won’t be severe like this afternoon and evening. The remainder of the night will be partly cloudy with low temperatures in the mid 60s.
Monday: Monday has a chance for isolated thunderstorms. Other than that, it will be mostly cloudy and cooler. Temperatures drop down into the low and mid 70s!
Rest of Week: 70 degree temps remain for the rest of the week. Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry and comfortable. The thunderstorm chances move back in on Thursday and remain for the rest of your 8 day forecast.
THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A
* TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF
EAST CENTRAL INDIANA
EXTREME WESTERN MARYLAND
NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA
* EFFECTIVE THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING FROM 145 PM UNTIL
900 PM EDT.
* PRIMARY THREATS INCLUDE...
A COUPLE TORNADOES POSSIBLE
SCATTERED LARGE HAIL LIKELY WITH ISOLATED VERY LARGE HAIL EVENTS
TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER POSSIBLE
SCATTERED DAMAGING WIND GUSTS TO 70 MPH LIKELY
THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 100 STATUTE
MILES NORTH AND SOUTH OF A LINE FROM 40 MILES NORTHWEST OF DAYTON
OHIO TO 15 MILES EAST NORTHEAST OF LATROBE PENNSYLVANIA. FOR A
COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE
UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU7).
REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR
TORNADOES AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH
AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS
AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS.
Indiana counties include:
DEARBORN FAYETTE FRANKLIN
OHIO RIPLEY SWITZERLAND
Our entire viewing area is in a slight risk for severe thunderstorms today. Hazards include damaging winds, heavy rain, flooding in some areas, lightning,
large hail, and isolated tornadoes. Brickyard 400 may be interrupted here and there as thunderstorms pop up throughout the day. VIPIR radar is showing
our viewing area to be mostly clear at the moment except a few light showers north of Muncie Indiana. High temps are in the mid 80s. We'll keep you updated here
TORNADO WATCH 447 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM EDT FOR THE
INDIANA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
DEARBORN FAYETTE FRANKLIN
OHIO RIPLEY SWITZERLAND
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 446 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 900 PM EDT
FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
NDIANA COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
ADAMS ALLEN BLACKFORD
CASS DE KALB ELKHART
FULTON GRANT HUNTINGTON
JAY KOSCIUSKO LAGRANGE
LA PORTE MARSHALL MIAMI
NOBLE PULASKI ST. JOSEPH
STARKE STEUBEN WABASH
WELLS WHITE WHITLEY
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 PM EDT THIS
THE FLASH FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES FOR
* PORTIONS OF INDIANA AND NORTHERN KENTUCKY...INCLUDING THE
FOLLOWING AREAS...IN INDIANA...DEARBORN...FAYETTE IN...
...FLOOD WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN BARTHOLOMEW...
NORTHEASTERN JACKSON AND JENNINGS COUNTIES UNTIL 330 PM EDT...
AT 1215 PM EDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED
THUNDERSTORMS WITH VERY HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS THE WARNED AREA.
DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES THAT UP TO THREE INCHES OF RAINFALL HAS
FALLEN THIS MORNING ACROSS THE WARNED AREA. THIS IS IN ADDITION TO
ANY RAINFALL THAT WAS RECEIVED WITH STORMS LAST NIGHT.
RAINFALL HAS CURRENTLY ENDED ACROSS THE WARNED AREA.
HOWEVER...ADDITIONAL STORMS ARE POSSIBLE LATER THIS AFTERNOON AND
RUNOFF FROM THIS EXCESSIVE RAINFALL WILL CAUSE FLOODING TO OCCUR.
SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE...SEYMOUR...
BROWNSTOWN...NORTH VERNON AND VERNON.
DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO AREAS WHERE THE WATER COVERS THE
ROADWAY. THE WATER DEPTH MAY BE TOO GREAT TO ALLOW YOUR CAR TO CROSS
There is a tornado watch in effect for central Kentucky, east Tennessee, and southwest Virginia until 8 pm. These areas are in a slight risk for severe weather today
also- just to give a perspective.
The severe t-storm watch has been dropped for central Indiana. Steady rain continues to fall in eastern and southern parts of the state. The severe weather risk is over for tonight. Additional storms may pop up overnight and that could bring us more rain and lightning. A flash flood watch continues until 8am for a few southern counties.
The Brickyard 400 will be partly cloudy and breezy. In the late afternoon we could have pop up showers and storms. Some storms could turn severe in eastern Indiana. Damaging wind and hail, along with lightning and heavy rain are the threats.
Much of the day will be dry with partly cloudy skies in Anderson for Armed Forces Day at Colts Camp. After noon we have a chance for pop up showers and storms. Some of the storms could turn severe late in the afternoon. Damaging wind, small hail, lightning and heavy rain are all threats.
Right now: Central Indiana has a cluster of thunderstorms that continue to push eastward. By midnight, the storms and most of the showers will be out of here. Until then, expect an isolated severe storm, heavy rain, damaging wind, lightning, and small hail. We have a t-storm watch until 2am for some counties still. The western counties have been dropped. We have a flash flood watch until 8am Sunday.
Tonight: Temps have cooled into the 70s for most. Overnight low in Indy will be in the lower 70s. An isolated storm or shower is possible overnight.
Brickyard 400: The early half of the day is dry. After noon we could see pop up storms and showers. There should be enough dry opportunities to get the race in. Keep an eye on radar because any storm that pops could turn severe.
Here is Forecast 8 Futurecast for close to the start of the race and another image for late in the afternoon.
Extended forecast: Cooler temperatures take over again for Monday after isolated showers with highs in the lower 70s. Temps stay in the 70s for much of next week.
Thunderstorms continue to move quickly to the east between 45 and 55mph. They carry tons of lightning, heavy rain, gusty wind and small hail. We don’t have any storm warnings at this time. A t-storm watch continues for most of central Indiana until 2am.
The lightning is till surrounding Indianapolis. The steady rain continues for at least the next couple of hours downtown and in Speedway.
A line of storms is bowing in southwestern Indiana, which means we could have a few strong wind gusts. We see tons of lightning and heavy rain with these storms on radar.