Indianapolis Weather Forecast for May 28, 2020 ~ #INwx

Periods of showers and thunderstorms remain in the forecast through Friday.

After a cold front clears the area, dry and milder weather is expected for the weekend into early next week.

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of May 10th

As of May 10th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 24,627 out of 146,688 tests (16.8%), with 1,411 deaths (5.73%).

511 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 32 new deaths were reported in Indiana on May 10, 2020.

Marion County had the most new cases, at 178. Other counties with more than 10 new cases were Allen (19), Bartholomew (14), Elkhart (15), Hamilton (11), Hendricks (15), Howard (11), Johnson (19), Lake (58), Montgomery (12), Morgan (11), Porter (18), Shelby (11), St. Joseph (19) and Tippecanoe (11).

Indiana COVID-19 Stats by County of Residence

Table data pulled at 11:56 AM on May 11, 2020, from https://hub.mph.in.gov/dataset?q=COVID.

County

Cases

Deaths

Lab Tests

Adams 8 1 218
Allen 834 59 5,392
Bartholomew 360 26 998
Benton 13 0 168
Blackford 14 1 210
Boone 226 31 1,500
Brown 26 1 114
Carroll 71 2 706
Cass 1,524 3 3,089
Clark 380 25 2,324
Clay 24 1 347
Clinton 96 1 761
Crawford 20 0 183
Daviess 54 15 464
Dearborn 151 13 566
Decatur 215 29 684
DeKalb 23 1 339
Delaware 229 19 2,297
Dubois 46 0 370
Elkhart 494 18 3,915
Fayette 38 4 312
Floyd 232 29 1,441
Fountain 16 2 244
Franklin 106 7 287
Fulton 36 1 304
Gibson 8 0 233
Grant 153 16 558
Greene 147 14 621
Hamilton 936 82 8,616
Hancock 270 19 2,288
Harrison 160 12 759
Hendricks 973 54 4,299
Henry 85 2 1,176
Howard 256 9 1,616
Huntington 14 2 329
Jackson 282 1 1,206
Jasper 40 1 658
Jay 22 0 233
Jefferson 35 0 786
Jennings 96 3 362
Johnson 827 90 4,504
Knox 21 0 408
Kosciusko 45 1 1,058
LaGrange 38 2 218
Lake 2,493 125 13,283
LaPorte 329 12 2,070
Lawrence 120 16 729
Madison 509 57 2,621
Marion 7,510 423 35,084
Marshall 34 1 738
Martin 7 0 95
Miami 126 1 760
Monroe 145 9 1,814
Montgomery 140 5 747
Morgan 208 8 1,735
Newton 64 8 216
Noble 135 15 522
Ohio 9 0 62
Orange 113 18 408
Owen 28 1 405
Parke 16 0 205
Perry 21 0 244
Pike 3 0 81
Porter 331 9 2,487
Posey 15 0 218
Pulaski 34 0 317
Putnam 89 5 824
Randolph 23 2 325
Ripley 101 6 605
Rush 37 2 307
Scott 81 2 1,056
Shelby 272 16 1,193
Spencer 7 1 176
St Joseph 829 26 5,836
Starke 21 2 289
Steuben 62 2 411
Sullivan 20 0 273
Switzerland 14 0 155
Tippecanoe 244 2 3,932
Tipton 21 1 216
Union 8 0 74
Vanderburgh 189 2 3,887
Vermillion 7 0 168
Vigo 83 6 1,174
Wabash 64 2 354
Warren 12 1 102
Warrick 123 20 915
Washington 48 1 362
Wayne 53 5 737
Wells 11 0 196
White 152 1 857
Whitley 22 1 262

via coronavirus.in.gov

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Utter Oddcast #39

Re-release of Utter Oddcast #39, your odd news podcast. Join Brian & Jeff as they delve into the glorious oddness from around the globe. Original release date: November 8, 2007.

Hosted by Jeff Stanger & Brian Groce.

Produced by Watershed Studio and brought to you by Naptown Buzz.

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for May 11, 2020 ~ #INwx

Cool temperatures will continue to start the workweek.

Today will be cloudy, with pockets of sunshine and highs in the low 50s.

Tonight, temperatures are expected to drop into the mid-30s.

A Frost Advisory has been issued for counties east of I-65 from 2 AM to 8 AM tonight, where temperatures are expected to be coldest. Unprotected vegetation can be damaged if exposed to frost, so take precautions where needed.

Temperatures look to warm-up starting Thursday, along with increased rain chances.

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of May 9th

As of May 9th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 24,126 out of 140,029 tests (17.2%), with 1,379 deaths (5.72%).

402 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 17 new deaths were reported in Indiana on May 9, 2020.

Marion County had the most new cases, at 93. Other counties with more than 10 new cases were Allen (16), Cass (14), Elkhart (50), Johnson (17), Lake (54) and St. Joseph (25).

Indiana COVID-19 Stats by County of Residence

Table data pulled at 11:59 AM on May 10, 2020, from https://hub.mph.in.gov/dataset?q=COVID.

County

Cases

Deaths

Lab Tests

Adams 8 1 209
Allen 816 58 5,173
Bartholomew 346 26 879
Benton 12 0 153
Blackford 14 1 197
Boone 223 31 1,433
Brown 26 1 108
Carroll 71 2 665
Cass 1,520 3 3,008
Clark 377 25 2,274
Clay 24 1 325
Clinton 88 1 692
Crawford 20 0 182
Daviess 54 15 452
Dearborn 150 13 528
Decatur 212 28 662
DeKalb 23 1 321
Delaware 225 15 2,162
Dubois 45 0 354
Elkhart 484 18 3,793
Fayette 36 4 283
Floyd 232 28 1,411
Fountain 16 2 222
Franklin 104 7 273
Fulton 36 1 286
Gibson 8 0 227
Grant 153 15 537
Greene 147 10 596
Hamilton 925 80 8,386
Hancock 264 18 2,208
Harrison 157 11 728
Hendricks 958 53 4,110
Henry 81 2 1,055
Howard 245 9 1,543
Huntington 14 2 321
Jackson 278 1 1,112
Jasper 39 1 636
Jay 22 0 221
Jefferson 35 0 783
Jennings 96 3 346
Johnson 807 85 4,297
Knox 21 0 393
Kosciusko 41 1 785
LaGrange 38 2 210
Lake 2,445 124 12,541
LaPorte 324 11 1,965
Lawrence 116 16 704
Madison 503 57 2,480
Marion 7,336 416 33,849
Marshall 33 1 693
Martin 7 0 92
Miami 125 1 719
Monroe 143 9 1,724
Montgomery 127 5 708
Morgan 197 8 1,654
Newton 64 8 200
Noble 132 15 501
Ohio 9 0 58
Orange 114 18 403
Owen 28 1 388
Parke 17 0 190
Perry 17 0 209
Pike 3 0 79
Porter 313 9 2,392
Posey 15 0 212
Pulaski 34 0 307
Putnam 84 5 782
Randolph 21 2 314
Ripley 101 6 583
Rush 37 2 276
Scott 81 2 1,037
Shelby 261 16 1,121
Spencer 7 1 173
St Joseph 810 25 5,584
Starke 21 2 280
Steuben 62 2 363
Sullivan 20 0 248
Switzerland 14 0 153
Tippecanoe 233 2 3,587
Tipton 21 1 197
Union 8 0 73
Vanderburgh 185 2 3,851
Vermillion 7 0 154
Vigo 80 6 1,051
Wabash 64 2 330
Warren 12 1 97
Warrick 123 20 895
Washington 48 1 352
Wayne 53 5 685
Wells 10 0 188
White 148 1 791
Whitley 22 1 257

via coronavirus.in.gov

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Utter Oddcast #38

Re-release of Utter Oddcast #38, your odd news podcast. Join Brian & Jeff as they delve into the glorious oddness from around the globe. Original release date: November 5, 2007.

Hosted by Jeff Stanger & Brian Groce.

Produced by Watershed Studio and brought to you by Naptown Buzz.

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for May 10, 2020 ~ #INwx

Showers will be scattered across central Indiana later this morning and through the afternoon.

Thunderstorms could develop early in the afternoon, with a few becoming severe.

Dry, but cool conditions will move in tonight and continue through the beginning of next week.

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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Indiana COVID-19 Data as of May 8th

As of May 8th at 11:59 PM, Indiana COVID-19 cases stand at 23,732 out of 135,686 tests (17.5%), with 1,362 deaths (5.74%).

606 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 34 new deaths were reported in Indiana on May 8, 2020.

Marion County had the most new cases, at 170. Other counties with more than 10 new cases were Allen (22), Bartholomew (10), Cass (13), Clark (16), Elkhart (28), Hamilton (19), Hancock (18), Hendricks (25), Jackson (23), Johnson (21), Lake (33), LaPorte (15), Madison (18), Montgomery (11), Morgan (12), St. Joseph (13) and Tippecanoe (20).

Indiana COVID-19 Stats by County of Residence

Table data pulled at 11:53 AM on May 9, 2020, from https://hub.mph.in.gov/dataset?q=COVID.

County

Cases

Deaths

Lab Tests

Adams 8 1 203
Allen 800 58 5,019
Bartholomew 342 23 825
Benton 12 0 150
Blackford 13 1 189
Boone 219 30 1,411
Brown 25 1 103
Carroll 71 2 642
Cass 1,507 2 2,937
Clark 374 25 2,223
Clay 24 1 317
Clinton 85 1 659
Crawford 20 0 178
Daviess 54 15 447
Dearborn 148 13 513
Decatur 212 28 658
DeKalb 23 1 318
Delaware 219 15 2,078
Dubois 42 0 337
Elkhart 436 18 3,448
Fayette 36 4 267
Floyd 230 28 1,378
Fountain 15 2 207
Franklin 104 7 271
Fulton 36 1 273
Gibson 7 0 221
Grant 153 15 524
Greene 147 9 586
Hamilton 920 80 8,296
Hancock 264 18 2,167
Harrison 156 11 716
Hendricks 951 53 4,002
Henry 72 2 928
Howard 242 9 1,519
Huntington 13 2 318
Jackson 274 1 1,051
Jasper 37 1 614
Jay 21 0 213
Jefferson 34 0 779
Jennings 95 3 336
Johnson 790 85 4,202
Knox 20 0 384
Kosciusko 39 1 743
LaGrange 37 2 206
Lake 2,392 122 11,996
LaPorte 321 11 1,906
Lawrence 116 15 690
Madison 497 56 2,413
Marion 7,245 412 33,212
Marshall 32 1 643
Martin 7 0 89
Miami 123 1 683
Monroe 142 9 1,663
Montgomery 125 3 682
Morgan 194 8 1,612
Newton 64 8 198
Noble 128 14 492
Ohio 9 0 57
Orange 113 18 393
Owen 28 1 371
Parke 16 0 180
Perry 16 0 203
Pike 2 0 77
Porter 308 9 2,327
Posey 15 0 207
Pulaski 34 0 297
Putnam 85 5 756
Randolph 21 2 300
Ripley 98 6 572
Rush 37 2 265
Scott 79 2 1,018
Shelby 255 16 1,088
Spencer 7 1 163
St Joseph 785 25 5,250
Starke 21 2 270
Steuben 62 2 340
Sullivan 20 0 236
Switzerland 14 0 153
Tippecanoe 225 2 3,348
Tipton 21 1 192
Union 8 0 70
Vanderburgh 182 2 3,789
Vermillion 7 0 144
Vigo 77 6 979
Wabash 64 2 326
Warren 12 1 96
Warrick 121 20 872
Washington 48 1 348
Wayne 52 5 661
Wells 10 0 179
White 145 1 768
Whitley 22 1 256

via coronavirus.in.gov

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Utter Oddcast #37

Re-release of Utter Oddcast #37, your odd news podcast. Join Brian & Jeff as they delve into the glorious oddness from around the globe. Original release date: November 2, 2007.

Hosted by Jeff Stanger & Brian Groce.

Produced by Watershed Studio and brought to you by Naptown Buzz.

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Indianapolis Weather Forecast for May 9, 2020 ~ #INwx

Below normal temperatures will continue through the middle of next week.

On Sunday afternoon and evening showers are likely, with a brief opportunity for thunderstorms. Some thunderstorms could produce severe hail and wind.

Warmer, but wetter conditions look to move in towards the latter half of next week.

Via NWS Indianapolis. Follow them on Twitter @NWSIndianapolis for the latest Indianapolis area weather news.

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