The NWS Indianapolis website contains useful features that you might not be aware of:
You can get the latest warnings, watches, storm reports, as well as links to current Storm Prediction Center forecasts and tools at our Severe Weather Information Page. The Winter Weather Information page has the latest winter warnings, watches, and outlooks.
Want the latest chance of precipitation and temperature forecasts for the weekend? The Weekend Weather page has the latest forecast.
View an archive of many of the news stories that were displayed in the "Top News of the Day" section of the main page of our site, including information on items such as past severe weather events.
Activity Planner: Want to know when it's going to be 75 degrees and sunny during the next 7 days? or when the chance of rain is less than 40%? You can find out items like those and more by using the Activity Planner. Just input the desired information, and the site will show you exactly during the next 7 days that those conditions are forecast. This has been recently updated to include even more options to choose from.
Hourly Weather Graph/Table: If you prefer to see an hour by hour forecast of common items such as temperature, humidity, and chances for rain, you can view them as a graph or as a text table. The graph also shows how much precipitation is expected. Choose which option you would like from the drop down menu and then click on the map where you want the forecast for. This product is also available on the 7 day forecast page in the table at the lower right.
Graphical Forecasts: Another option for viewing forecast data is via graphics. Common forecast items such as chances for rain, high and low temperatures, and weather types can be found. Graphical forecasts are available scales from the entire USA to central Indiana only.
River Forecasts: Want to know what the current river stage is for rivers across central Indiana? The Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS) page allows you to view stages and forecasts for several sites on rivers across central Indiana.
NowData: Wondering when the last spring freeze was in your town last year? Or the average number of days with high temperatures in the 90s in July? With data available for dozens of locations in central Indiana, NowData is an easy to use and valuable resource for learning more about the climate in your area!
Link to NowData: http://www.weather.gov/climate/xmacis.php?wfo=ind
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