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  1. Indy hit 91 today, making it 5 in a row of 90 or greater. Record for today was 92.
  2. Indy tied its record high today (92) and also did so on Friday (93). It's the 4th consecutive day of 90 or greater, the longest stretch for so late in the year since the 1890s.
  3. Here's what the 1994 annual eclipse looked like on GOES-8 (Courtesy of NASA). More on that eclipse: https://www.weather.gov/ind/1994annulareclipse
  4. The start time for the tornado has been changed to 8:40 PM, and another tornado was added (Boone Co). : http://www.weather.gov/ind/may20tornado
  5. You can always submit your concerns via our office email account (link at the bottom of NWS IND's webpage). I wasn't there for this event, but the time on the PNS may have been estimated by radar.
  6. IND's area up to 7 tornadoes for this event: http://www.weather.gov/ind/feb28mar12017severe
  7. Had to go out on south side of Indy just a bit ago. Where roads are salted, it's mainly slush now. Untreated areas are still slick but some are developing ruts in the ice if there is traffic.
  8. We've added a 7th tornado, an EF-0 in Howard County. That means 5 of the 7 tornadoes in central Indiana that day were in Howard County (yes, 1 of those 5 started in Carroll)!
  9. 92 degrees today at KIND. Only a trace at the airport. I had 1.35" in about an hour at my house.
  10. I saw the wall cloud as the storm passed just north of me in Marion County, but nothing that looked like a tornado.
  11. We didn't have a page for this event, so I threw this together today: WFO IND's April 19, 1996 page: http://www.weather.gov/ind/april191996severe
  12. Yeah I screwed this one up. I'm not surprised though that it got colder than expected. At least I was close at Lafayette!
  13. Moisture parameters are very impressive with this system, As my colleague pointed out in the AFD,
  14. Not really. The highest we recorded was the 10.71" as our archive page shows: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ind/?n=june0708flood
  15. In June 2008, we received a report of 10.71" from Edinburgh, but it was declared unofficial and did not break the state record. I cannot remember the source of that report though.