As we’ve been highlighting all week, heavy rains will be possible Saturday through Monday night in central Indiana.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for central Indiana. The watch will be in effect Saturday afternoon through Monday evening.
A front will stall over the Midwest to the Red River. Flash Flood Watches are in effect for a wide swath of the central United States.
Heavy rains will fall from Texas to Missouri to Ohio where near a foot of rain could fall through the next five days.
While we should mainly see rain, a few thunderstorms can’t be ruled out, especially Saturday. Bands of heavy rain could develop throughout the day Sunday.
Around central Indiana computer models are suggesting three to five inches of rain could fall between Saturday morning and Monday evening.
A four-computer model average suggests 2.62″ of rain could fall in Indiana.
WINTER RETURNS TO INDIANA
Long-range computer models continue to suggest cold air finally returning to central Indiana by the end of next week. Snow flurries will be possible Friday.