Why do storms ALWAYS MISS CENTRAL IND...

Why do storms ALWAYS MISS CENTRAL INDIANA??

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Death_By_Farts

Warner, NH

#1 Jul 26, 2012
Today, since around 11am, storms and heavy rain have ravaged the following states: Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and most of the states in the northeast. Guess which state didn't get any rain?

Has anyone else noticed that Illinois always has huge storms that either fall apart as they approach central Indiana, or literally "go around" central Indiana, then fire up again just east of Indianapolis?

I have now given up the hope that Indiana will see any rain this year, and our crops are finished. So why in the F are these storms holding together so well, but fall apart in central Indiana??
And why do some Indiana cities always get nailed with good rain and storms? Like Bloomington, Muncie, kokomo, Richmond, Lafayette, and Columbus ALWAYS get hit with storms and rain, but Indianapolis and the counties of Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, NEVER GET HIT.

I find it seriously hard to believe that every single state around us got nailed with rain, EXCEPT INDIANA. It's not even funny anymore. There goes our food prices through the roof.

This has been happening since spring. When is the last time central Indiana had any good storms? They always go right around indianapolis and fire back up as close as HAMILTON COUNTY!!!

I can't be the only one who has noticed this unusual pattern. I look forward to your feedback.
triose

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jul 27, 2012
Death_By_Farts wrote:
Today, since around 11am, storms and heavy rain have ravaged the following states: Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and most of the states in the northeast. Guess which state didn't get any rain?
Has anyone else noticed that Illinois always has huge storms that either fall apart as they approach central Indiana, or literally "go around" central Indiana, then fire up again just east of Indianapolis?
I have now given up the hope that Indiana will see any rain this year, and our crops are finished. So why in the F are these storms holding together so well, but fall apart in central Indiana??
And why do some Indiana cities always get nailed with good rain and storms? Like Bloomington, Muncie, kokomo, Richmond, Lafayette, and Columbus ALWAYS get hit with storms and rain, but Indianapolis and the counties of Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, NEVER GET HIT.
I find it seriously hard to believe that every single state around us got nailed with rain, EXCEPT INDIANA. It's not even funny anymore. There goes our food prices through the roof.
This has been happening since spring. When is the last time central Indiana had any good storms? They always go right around indianapolis and fire back up as close as HAMILTON COUNTY!!!
I can't be the only one who has noticed this unusual pattern. I look forward to your feedback.
It's all the damm "chemtrails" ....right wayne ???
velogeezer

United States

#3 Jul 27, 2012
Death_By_Farts wrote:
Today, since around 11am, storms and heavy rain have ravaged the following states: Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and most of the states in the northeast. Guess which state didn't get any rain?
Has anyone else noticed that Illinois always has huge storms that either fall apart as they approach central Indiana, or literally "go around" central Indiana, then fire up again just east of Indianapolis?
I have now given up the hope that Indiana will see any rain this year, and our crops are finished. So why in the F are these storms holding together so well, but fall apart in central Indiana??
And why do some Indiana cities always get nailed with good rain and storms? Like Bloomington, Muncie, kokomo, Richmond, Lafayette, and Columbus ALWAYS get hit with storms and rain, but Indianapolis and the counties of Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, NEVER GET HIT.
I find it seriously hard to believe that every single state around us got nailed with rain, EXCEPT INDIANA. It's not even funny anymore. There goes our food prices through the roof.
This has been happening since spring. When is the last time central Indiana had any good storms? They always go right around indianapolis and fire back up as close as HAMILTON COUNTY!!!
I can't be the only one who has noticed this unusual pattern. I look forward to your feedback.
I have noticed the same phenomanon. God must be pissed off at us. The drought has hit the entire break basket of the country but central Indiana the worst. Look for massive crop failure, maybe even famine because we are shipping a lot of our foodstuffs overseas or converting the grain to motor fuel. The Repubs will blame Obama while,in fact, rich Repubs are the ones who are selling off our country to Communist China. Better stock up on food. Meat prices will fall as ranchers and farmers sell off animals they can't afford to feed. Then the prices will skyrocket.
Death_By_Farts

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jul 31, 2012
Geezer,

pray tell how Republicans are selling off our country when the DEMOCRATS ARE IN THE MAJORITY AND HAVE BEEN SINCE 2009????
velogeezer

Fishers, IN

#5 Aug 2, 2012
Death_By_Farts wrote:
Geezer,
pray tell how Republicans are selling off our country when the DEMOCRATS ARE IN THE MAJORITY AND HAVE BEEN SINCE 2009????
What we have at this time is a deadlock with Repubs having a slight majority in the House and the Dems a slight majority in the Senate. The best scenario I see is the Repubs sweep the 2012 election and gain unchallenged control. They will immediately shoot themselves in the foot. You will see massive civil unrest and rioting in the streets when ordinary people can't buy food and pay thier rent. It will be the end of the elitest Republican party. Give them enough rope and they will hang themselves.
I, for one, will enjoy the spectacle.
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Aug 3, 2012
I recall a worse drought in the year of 1983 We had 58 consecutive days over over 90 degree weather. Plus is was much more muggier.So people chill out lol. We have only been keeping weather charts for 150 years. That's billions. millions. or thousands of years if you believe in how old this planet is . It's minute in terms of how many droughts and storms have ravaged our planet. Look at the middle east, Those people have endured droughts for thousands of years lol. Not to mention famine and disease .Shifting sands that bury everything in it's path. Velogeezer why not console those OWS women who were raped by OWS thug men at their camps instead of blame republicans for how badly of A PRESIDENT AND DEM CONGRESS WE HAVE HAD TO ENDURE.Obama has outspent every President before him in less than three years. He has added 6 trillion to our national debt. GWB only spent 4 trillion in 8 years in office. Obama has blow his spending away.
velogeezer

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Aug 3, 2012
True enough. God doesn't care. The area we live in could become a desert like the Sahara, which archelogists say was once relativity fertile. If that happens, millions of us will have to die of starvation.
I still say God is pissed off at us because of Republican greed.
I don't say every Repub is a greedy a**hole, but every greedy a**hole I ever knew was a Republican.
Michelle

Kokomo, IN

#8 Aug 4, 2012
I personally live in Kokomo Indiana. My town of Kokomo does not get hit by any bad storms. I have said that for years. The storms always swing right around us. So I dont know where you got your info from for storm tracking stating that kokomo gets hit, but beleive me when I tell you "you are wrong". I LOVE big storms, I wish we could get some.
Death_By_Farts wrote:
Today, since around 11am, storms and heavy rain have ravaged the following states: Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and most of the states in the northeast. Guess which state didn't get any rain?
Has anyone else noticed that Illinois always has huge storms that either fall apart as they approach central Indiana, or literally "go around" central Indiana, then fire up again just east of Indianapolis?
I have now given up the hope that Indiana will see any rain this year, and our crops are finished. So why in the F are these storms holding together so well, but fall apart in central Indiana??
And why do some Indiana cities always get nailed with good rain and storms? Like Bloomington, Muncie, kokomo, Richmond, Lafayette, and Columbus ALWAYS get hit with storms and rain, but Indianapolis and the counties of Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, NEVER GET HIT.
I find it seriously hard to believe that every single state around us got nailed with rain, EXCEPT INDIANA. It's not even funny anymore. There goes our food prices through the roof.
This has been happening since spring. When is the last time central Indiana had any good storms? They always go right around indianapolis and fire back up as close as HAMILTON COUNTY!!!
I can't be the only one who has noticed this unusual pattern. I look forward to your feedback.
Michelle

Kokomo, IN

#9 Aug 4, 2012
First would like to say that it still amazes me on how one comment can always get twisted into politics. Okay, now for me. I live in Kokomo Indiana and I am not sure why someone would say that Kokomo always gets hit by storms because they are wrong. I have lived here in Kokomo most of my life and LOVE huge storms. Unfortunately for me, WE NEVER HAVE NONE. There are always storms that surround Kokomo, but never fails to swing right around us. If you beleive Kokomo gets hit by storms, you should watch your maps and radars a little better!
wayne

Freetown, IN

#10 Aug 4, 2012
geo engineering! AKA Chemtrails/HAARP Thanks for asking
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Aug 5, 2012
My rain dance worked Woo HOO hoo HOO Central Indiana got storms.
Pat

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Aug 5, 2012
The Ultimate Kaptoz wrote:
My rain dance worked Woo HOO hoo HOO Central Indiana got storms.
It is that gay juice in you.

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because of libs

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Aug 5, 2012
Because of the Chic-Fil-A fiasco.

Must be because Gays think they can mate, but yet can't procreate.

Lets see if they can make it rain too!
wayne

Lebanon, IN

#14 Aug 5, 2012
triose wrote:
<quoted text>
It's all the damm "chemtrails" ....right wayne ???
http://farmwars.info/...

Now your getting it
gff

Bolton, Canada

#15 Jun 26, 2013
Storm never hit Mississauga
deez

Fishers, IN

#16 Jun 18, 2015
Here it is. 2015 and still no good storms in indy.
deez

Fishers, IN

#17 Jun 18, 2015
I live on the northwest side btw. 2 miles east of 465 and you can watch a storm on radar break down like it hits a wall at 465. Cant remember the last good big storm ive seen here.
brittany

Peoria, IL

#19 Jun 19, 2015
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Wit

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Jul 22, 2015
Death_By_Farts wrote:
Today, since around 11am, storms and heavy rain have ravaged the following states: Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and most of the states in the northeast. Guess which state didn't get any rain?
Has anyone else noticed that Illinois always has huge storms that either fall apart as they approach central Indiana, or literally "go around" central Indiana, then fire up again just east of Indianapolis?
I have now given up the hope that Indiana will see any rain this year, and our crops are finished. So why in the F are these storms holding together so well, but fall apart in central Indiana??
And why do some Indiana cities always get nailed with good rain and storms? Like Bloomington, Muncie, kokomo, Richmond, Lafayette, and Columbus ALWAYS get hit with storms and rain, but Indianapolis and the counties of Hamilton, Boone, Hendricks, NEVER GET HIT.
I find it seriously hard to believe that every single state around us got nailed with rain, EXCEPT INDIANA. It's not even funny anymore. There goes our food prices through the roof.
This has been happening since spring. When is the last time central Indiana had any good storms? They always go right around indianapolis and fire back up as close as HAMILTON COUNTY!!!
I can't be the only one who has noticed this unusual pattern. I look forward to your feedback.
I think the phenomenon is called "Urban Heat." Instead of central Indiana being lush and full of trees as it once was about 200 years ago, a city now stands in it's place with roads, concrete, pollution, etc. that affects storms.

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