Home News Weather Traffic Sports Hot Topics
 Blog Homepage

May
22

Strong to Severe Storms Sunday

By · May 22, 2011 at 6:38 am

Rain, heat, and humidity… it’s all in our forecast today.

Highs across Central Indiana will reach the low to mid 80s with scattered showers and thunderstorms across the state.  A chance for pop up showers and storms begins after 11am today.  Some storms may be strong to severe across the entire state as we head into the afternoon and evening.  The primary threat from any severe storm that develops will be heavy rain, damaging wind, and large hail.

Overnight, scattered showers and storms will continue, but be more spotty in coverage with temps in the mid 60s.  Patchy fog will be likely early Monday morning.

We start both Monday and Tuesday with a slight risk for severe storms again.  We will be watching the timing of the rain closely, so check back often for updates.

Rain sticks through the forecast Thursday as a frontal boundary parks itself right over the state.  Some heavy rain will be possible, so we will monitor the risk for flooding this week.

An EARLY preview of the Indy 500 shows a 20% chance of showers or t-storms.  A storm system will develop Friday… as of right now… it looks to move South of the state, but at this time, I can’t rule out the chance of a shower.  We will keep you posted of any and all changes as we get closer to the big day!

3 Comments

1

Receiving 1/4 or larger hail in Camby In.

2

we had hail down here in mooresville just a few minuts ago and it was p size hail and then it went to dime size hail.

3

heavy rain and wind just hit Noblesville

Leave a Comment