Dry Conditions Continue for Much of Central Indiana

Although rain did bring some relief to portions of central Indiana at the end of August, many locations continue with dry conditions. Portions of central Indiana remain in the "Abnormally Dry" category, while portions of northwest Indiana have reached "Moderate Drought". Below are some maps of drought conditions, rainfall deficits, and temperature/precipitation graphs. Click on any image to enlarge. For more information on drought conditions, please visit the drought information page. Some plots are courtesy of the Indiana State Climate Office.

Dought Monitor Information for Indiana:

Drought Monitor


30 Day and 90 Day Precipitation Percent of Normal:

30 Day Precipitation Percent of Mean

90 Day Percent of Mean Precipitation


Plot of Year-to-Date Temperatures and Precipitation for Indianapolis (Other cities are available), and Plot of Snow Year (July-June) for Indianapolis.


Indianapolis Climate Plot Indiana Snow Year plot


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