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A marginal risk for severe storms overnight

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Heavy rain has fallen across the Hoosier State over the past three days. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect over most of the state through Monday morning. More rain is likely overnight and a few strong storms are expected. We have a marginal risk for severe t-storms overnight.

Scattered showers will continue Monday and as a cold front crosses the state winds will gust to 40 miles per hour. The rain will finally end Monday night and skies will clear.

Expect dry weather on Tuesday.

Another storm system will approach the state and thunderstorms will develop late Wednesday. Rain will continue through Thursday before ending Friday.

A Flash Flood Watch continues through Monday morning.


Rain is likely overnight with strong storms.


The month of April will end very wet.


Most areas have had heavy rain over the past three days.

Area waterways are near bankfull and Flood Warnings are in effect this week.









The rainy weather pattern will end Monday night.

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