Wabash River Info…….Nice Spring-like Warm-Up Still On Track

February 28th, 2013 at 6:43 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

After anywhere from 0.90-1.75″ of liquid over the past few days, some river flooding is developing on the Wabash River.

River flooding information:

NWS Indianapolis:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ind

NWS Northern Indiana:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=iwx

NWS Chicago:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=lot

Nice spring-like warm-up still looks good around the March 10-12 period with a peak on a day or two with 60s to even 70.  That 70 looks most likely south of I-74.

With MJO in Pacific out of a more active phase for the time being for the U.S., there are not any signs of the powerhouse storms (that we all experienced in February) for the eastern U.S. up to mid-, perhaps late-March.  There will be storm systems, but not the powerhouse, monster, record-breaking snows, blizzards, floods & tornadoes that came with several in February.


3 Responses to “Wabash River Info…….Nice Spring-like Warm-Up Still On Track”

  1. ch n ffort says:

    Hey chad question for ya..i know its a long way out but do u see any kind of snow for last week of March? Takin the boy down to see mickey mouse for spring break. Hopin not…bossman may not let me go…LOL

  2. Monster says:

    Chad in your professional opinion is winter about done? Im ready to get the boat out and camper cleaned up. Im ready to play…

  3. Ryan H says:

    Any severe weather on the horizon?

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