Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Prang's Precast Shows More Rain on the Way


The third round of showers and thunderstorms is forming, but at this time it looks like the main threats will still be heavy rain and lowland flooding. We will continue to monitor the situation. There are no guarantees in this pattern. We have Florida-like humidity out there and we still remain in a slight risk for severe weather tonight. This means we still cannot totally rule out a gusty thunderstorm and some hail later tonight. The highest risk for that activity would likely be from Indianapolis southward. This could all change if our warm front charges northward a little sooner. Speaking of that warm front, tomorrow with a warm front moving north of our area we could be in another risk for severe weather. Stay tuned for the latest on Live Doppler 18.

13 comments:

Dogmom Cheryl said...

Thanks for the precast update, Mike. I'm feeling at least a bit more optimism than I was earlier in the day.

Dogmom Cheryl

Anonymous said...

The sun is a shining! dew points 67 humity 75, I am waiting and guess ready for what is heading our way!

Teri in Laf.

Anonymous said...

We got some storms a comin...my left ankle is a hurtin' again. It always hurts when a storms a comin'.

Brow said...

Great! Looks like I have time to put our new grill together. Fun, fun and fun. :)

Anonymous said...

So I guess it's ok to go out and enjoy the sun :) at least that storm missed us this morning!!!
hope these storms are not to bad but my map's still have us in for strong stroms. Hey I love my weather radio but I hope I dont need it tonight.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

darn that ankle a hurtin! i have had a headache all day think its the pressure a droppin! True! Who needs a radar when our bodies are a hurtin before a storm????

Anonymous said...

there are huge storms out to the west look as if they are making it our way, perhaps after dark, boy they look nasty!

Anonymous said...

There is TVS with thoughs storms comeing to indiana (Tornadic Vortex Signature) and the cloud height is at 550 hope it die's down by the time it get's to us I'll keep you updated.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

Weather radio just sounded off tipp is in a tornado watch.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

What is the timeline for these storms tonight to hit us? ornado watch is until 3am. If there is bad weather I always get up in the middle of the night to check the computer, what time can we expect it about? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

My map's say that it will be here with the strongest by 10:00pm and go through midnight. But the whole thing will be off and on through out the night but like I said the worst is between 10:00pm and midnight.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

Just got more updates and the storms that are on there way for indiana have a MESO ( mesocyclone)
and (HAIL) the cloud height is at 600.

Justin in Lafayette.

Anonymous said...

The storms are about to cross the state line, they are going to continue long line of storms, south is really getting hit hard