Scattered storms are moving out, and our severe weather risk has diminished. A few showers/storms may linger through the morning commute, then we dry out for the rest of the day.
Severe storm reports included flooding and damaging wind in north central Indiana. Some wind gusts in excess of 70mph were reported.
Flooding has been an issue in north central Indiana too. Here’s a look at rain totals through 4:30am.
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for our northern counties until 8am.
After a few morning showers and storms, skies will clear with partly cloudy skies and temps rebounding into the upper 70s. Winds will gust out of the northwest up to 25mph. Much drier air will be in place today, so it won’t feel as humid.
Friday looks perfect, and by Saturday we’re back in the 80s. Late Saturday afternoon an isolated storm is possible. Scattered showers and storms become more likely late Saturday night into Sunday and Monday.