August 22nd, 2014 at 6:48 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
With heat and humidity remaining in the forecast for the weekend, additional slow-moving storms may lead to additional flooding, though not necessarily in the same locations as Friday morning.
Scattered showers and storms possible, especially in southern Indiana. Lows around 70 degrees.
High temperatures are forecast to get very close to 90 degrees. If IND hits 90 it will be the first occurrence so far in 2014. Humidity will remain high and mostly cloudy skies may give way to scattered showers and storms during Saturday afternoon. Lows will remain in the low 70s.
Additional rain is expected Saturday night into Sunday morning. A line of showers may set up in western parts of the state, leading to potential flooding. However, exactly where the showers set up will determine who will see the heaviest rain, and is still uncertain.
Isolated showers still possible, as high temperatures reach the low 90s. Lows in the low 70s.
Monday and Tuesday:
Partly cloudy, warm and humid. highs near 90. Lows near 70.
Wednesday through the weekend:
A chance for scattered showers on Wednesday will finally usher in a cool-down and bring temperatures closer to normal, and perhaps below normal through the weekend.
August 22nd, 2014 at 2:50 pm by Robb Ellis under Weather
There’s a chance for more showers and storms this evening, and that may impact areas already drenched with rains over the last 48 hours.
Temperatures will rise into the low to mid 80s for most locations in central Indiana. Humidity will remain high through the evening, and temperatures will stay mild even overnight.
Flooding will remain a concern for areas around Marion, Muncie and Hartford City. Any additional rains will only cause additional flooding in these areas.
August 21st, 2014 at 6:49 pm by Robb Ellis under Weather
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in place for northern Indiana until 12 AM.
Storms developing this afternoon and evening may contain gusty winds and large hail. Isolated tornadoes are possible, but the threat remains relatively low. Heavy rain may also lead to flooding, especially in areas that have already received 2 to 3 inches of rain from this mornings storms.
It includes the following counties:
ADAMS ALLEN BENTON
BLACKFORD CARROLL CASS
CLINTON DELAWARE FULTON
GRANT HAMILTON HENRY
HOWARD HUNTINGTON JASPER
JAY KOSCIUSKO LA PORTE
MADISON MARSHALL MIAMI
NEWTON PORTER PULASKI
RANDOLPH STARKE TIPPECANOE
TIPTON WABASH WELLS
August 21st, 2014 at 6:37 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
Storms will remain in the forecast through Saturday afternoon, before high pressure overtakes the pattern and makes for hot and humid days early next week.
Severe Storms Tonight:
The slight risk for severe weather includes the possibility of damaging winds and small hail from a line of storms expected to move through this evening and overnight. Storms may also produce very heavy rainfall and lead to minor flooding, especially in locations that received 2-3″ of rain this morning (closer to Muncie).
More storms will likely develop in the afternoon responding to the peak heating of the day. Highs will be close to 90 with overnight lows in the low 70s.
Another day where temperatures will get close to 90 degrees. Isolated storms are expected again on Saturday, but high pressure may build close enough to keep storms at bay in western and southern Indiana. Lows continue in the low 70s.
Partly cloudy and hot. Highs in the low 90s. Lows in the low 70s.
The 90s will continue for a few days as high pressure remains in place. Lows will continue in the low 70s with humidity remaining high. A cool-down is expected by the middle of the week, with temperatures returning to near normal values.
August 21st, 2014 at 2:48 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
With plenty of moisture leftover from this morning’s storms, and sunshine breaking through, there is a chance afternoon storms will develop and bring the possibility of severe weather this evening.
Current temperatures are rising with some clearing taking place. Dewpoints are well into the 70s which will provide ample moisture and instability for this afternoon’s storms.
The Storm Prediction Center puts central and northern Indiana under a “slight risk” for severe weather this evening. This means storms may have the potential to produce gusty winds, hail and isolated tornadoes.
August 20th, 2014 at 4:48 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
The chance for scattered thunderstorms will stick around through Saturday with temperatures and humidity increasing as well.
Clouds will persist overnight and a chance for isolated storms remains as well. Low temperatures will stay in the low 70s.
High temperatures are expected to move back into the mid 80s for Thursday with another chance for scattered showers and storms. Low temperatures will remain mild (low 70s) with muggy conditions in place.
More showers and storms are possible as high temperatures approach 90 degrees. So far in 2014 temperatures have not yet reached 90 degrees. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies. Lows in the low 70s.
An isolated thunderstorm is still possible on Saturday, but it appears an overall break from the unsettled pattern will unfold. This means more sunshine and warmer temperatures to start the weekend. However, given recent rains, there may be ample moisture to kick off a few storms using the very warm daytime temperatures. High temperatures near 90.
Partly cloudy, hot and humid. Highs in the low 90s. Lows in the low 70s.
Next week:Temperatures remain above average, but may decrease slightly into next week. Highs will remain in the mid to upper 80s for the first half of the week, with storm chances returning Tuesday and continuing into mid-week.
August 20th, 2014 at 2:32 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
Rain showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible from Indianapolis and points to the west and south. Meanwhile, north and east of Indy, it appears warm and humid conditions will persists along with mostly cloudy skies.
Temperatures have made it into the 80s f0r most of central Indiana, though rain has helped to drop the temperatures as it moves in from the west.
Expect a few thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, especially around Indy and to the east and south.
August 20th, 2014 at 12:36 am by Robb Ellis under Weather
A round of storms late Tuesday evening brought heavy rain, lightning, gusty winds and even small hail to parts of central Indiana on Tuesday.
Several thunderstorms popped during the late afternoon and continued into the evening, starting lightning fires and prompting some flood advisories near Lafayette.
As a line of storms became more developed late Tuesday night, gusty winds brought a myriad of severe thunderstorm warnings from Indy through the remainder of eastern and southern Indiana.
Gusts of 55 mph were reported at IND airport as the storms rushed by. Power outages approached 5,000 customers at the height of the storms. Some small limbs were also reported downed in Avon.
Wednesday will bring a break from strong storms, but rain chances ramp up by Thursday and Friday.
August 19th, 2014 at 7:00 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
Afternoon storms fueled by Tuesday’s warmth and humidity will wrap up overnight, and we’ll get a break from storms for about a day before more arrive. Temperatures will continue their steady climb toward 90 degrees by the weekend.
Storms will wrap up and conditions will remain warm and muggy. Lows in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
Continued humid and warm, with highs in the mid 80s. While rain chances won’t be zero, they’ll remain low, except NE and SE of Indy. Highs in the mid to upper 80s with lows near 70.
Thursday and Friday:
Scattered thunderstorms return to the forecast. High temperatures will return to the mid to upper 80s. Overnight lows will drop into the low 70s as heat and humidity stick around through the end of the week.
Saturday and Sunday:
A break from higher rain chances mean partly cloudy skies for both Saturday and Sunday. Highs will likely be at or just slightly above 90 degrees. Overnight lows will also be mild, in the low 70s.
After a Monday in the 90s, rain chances will return late Monday and temperatures will drop to near-normal values with highs in the mid 80s and lows in the mid 60s.
August 19th, 2014 at 3:01 pm by Robb Ellis under Colts Forecast, Weather
A broken line of storms will continue to advance into central Indiana this afternoon and into the evening.
The line will bring heavy rain and lightning and a few storms could bring gusty winds and hail. The storm prediction center puts most of Indiana under a slight risk of severe weather this afternoon.