The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory today from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. CT.Continue reading
The National Weather Service has issued an updated report about this evening’s weather conditions.Continue reading
The National Weather Service is predicting a possibility for severe weather on Saturday.
While the severity and exact timing is uncertain, the NWS reports that multiple rounds of showers and storms are possible.Continue reading
The National Weather Service continues to monitor the potential for severe weather. A flood advisory has been issued for Starke, Marshall, and Pulaski counties until 10:15 p.m. EDT/9:15 p.m. CDT Monday. Drivers are urged to turn around if they encounter flooded roads.Continue reading
The National Weather Service is predicting a slight risk for severe thunderstorms late Thursday afternoon that could carry over into the evening.
Starke County Emergency Management Agency Director Jay Nier shared that some primary threats of the predicted condition include locally heavy rainfall as well as a low threat potential for damaging winds and large hail.Continue reading
The flood warnings for the Tippecanoe, Yellow and Kankakee Rivers have been extended through Monday afternoon.
These warnings impact portions of Marshall, Pulaski and Starke Counties.Continue reading
The heavy rainfall that’s anticipated for this weekend has the potential to cause some minor flooding.Continue reading
High winds could mean the potential for downed tree limbs this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. A High Wind Watch will be in effect Sunday from 3:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. CST.Continue reading
The Tippecanoe River is on the rise and the National Weather Service has issued a flood warning until further notice. Rain and snow melt are causing water levels to rise.Continue reading
The worst of the cold temperatures appears to be behind us, but some risk of hazardous weather remains. Pulaski County will be under a winter weather advisory from 7:00 EST Thursday evening to 8:00 Friday morning. The National Weather Service is predicting three to five inches of snow, with the potential for slippery road conditions.Continue reading
A winter storm warning has been issued for much of northern Indiana as light to moderate snow will continue to fall into this afternoon.Continue reading
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Saturday in many Northern Indiana counties, including Marshall, Pulaski, and Starke.
In Pulaski County, the Advisory goes into effect at 5 a.m. EST on Saturday while in Starke and Marshall Counties, it is anticipated to go into effect at 8 a.m. EST. The Winter Weather Advisory in all three counties will remain in effect until midnight.Continue reading
The National Weather Service is advising of the potential for heavy rainfall for this weekend, with up to one inch anticipated.
Local emergency management official Clyde Avery issued an alert saying that heavy rain combined with melting snow and frozen or partly frozen ground may result in some flooding of low lying areas. He said this could include ponding on road surfaces and rises on rivers over the weekend into early next week. Continue reading
Exceptionally hot and humid conditions are predicted for the coming days, and local emergency management officials urge residents to take precautions. The National Weather Service expects heat index values to reach 100 to 105 degrees tomorrow and Saturday.
A Flash Flood Watch will remain in effect until 11 p.m. CDT/ midnight EDT tonight (Friday 6/22) for portions of Northern Indiana, including Marshall, Pulaski and Starke Counties.
NWS reports that scattered showers and thunderstorms capable of producing brief, localized very heavy rainfall will continue to be possible throughout the evening. Continue reading
Those in southwestern Starke County and northwestern Pulaski County are urged to be on the lookout for flash flooding over the next few hours. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for those areas until 1:45 p.m. CDT Friday. Thunderstorms with heavy rain may cause flooding of small creeks and streams, as well as roads and fields. Drivers are urged to turn around if they encounter a flooded road.
The Town of Winamac is starting to clean up its park facilities, following recent flooding. Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo told the park board Thursday that the park office got nearly 14 inches of water, and he’s begun pulling out damaged insulation. Park Board President Courtney Poor expressed confidence that the town departments will work together to do what needs to be done.
Flood warnings continue throughout the local area, and some rivers could reach record levels in the coming days. In Plymouth, the Yellow River has risen above 17 feet, surpassing a record set in 1954, according to the National Weather Service.
Potentially hazardous travel conditions are expected Tuesday morning. The Starke County Emergency Management Agency has issued a travel watch. That means driving should be limited to essential or emergency trips.