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... to those whistling past the graveyard.

For the next few days we have various forms of winter precip in the forecast. Tonight we're under a tornado watch.

A tornado watch, in Indiana, in January! WTF!


It must be the CO2, huh?

Here is some more information for you about the biggest Indiana Tornadoes "between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox (roughly December 22-March 21)."

February 25, 1956: 9 tornadoes struck central and southern Indiana, injuring 4 people.

March 6, 1956: 7 tornadoes struck northern Indiana with an additional tornado in southern Indiana. 1 person was killed and 35 were injured, mostly in Grant county where a F4 occurred.

February 10, 1959: 5 tornadoes hit central and southern Indiana, the strongest being F3 in Knox county.

March 6, 1961: 10 tornadoes occurred, injuring 8 people.

March 19, 1963: 4 tornadoes occurred with 3 of them being F2. 2 people were killed in Washington county.

March 12, 1976: 13 tornadoes struck mainly the northern half of the state, resulting in 2 fatalities and over 40 injuries. This is the biggest winter tornado outbreak on record.

March 20, 1976: Occurring barely a week after the March 12 outbreak, this event produced 8 tornadoes including a F4 in Tippecanoe county which tracked into Carroll county. 18 people were injured in all.

March 10, 1986: 8 tornadoes occurred, injuring 48 people. Also, 1 person was killed in Hancock county.....

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