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Wednesday Severe Weather Update

By · June 26, 2013 at 1:04 pm

The “slight” risk for severe storms has been scaled back, but a good chunk of Central Indiana is still under the gun.  The previous blog post is below with the updated severe weather map:

The potential for severe weather exists as we head into this afternoon and evening.  Besides severe storms, localized flooding is possible.

All of Central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe storms.  As of right now, damaging winds look to be the biggest threat.  Very heavy rain could lead to localized flooding.  Up to 2 inches of rain is possible, while some spots could get up to 3 inches of rain.  Large hail and an isolated tornado can’t be ruled out.  The severe threat will be diminished **IF** cloudy skies remain across the state for most of the day and limit daytime heating.

severe today

Because of the threat of heavy rain, a flash flood watch has been issued until Thursday morning.

flash flood watch

The 7 day looks stormy, but many days just isolated showers or thunderstorms are possible.  The cool down will be welcomed!

7 day



Tipton flooded, while Ciciro lake was still below normal. I wonder if all the years of sedament washing down Ciciro creek, has filled in the north end of the lake to the point it stays low, while Towns north of there flood out?

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