STATEWIDE–Flooding is becoming a problem for some portions of Indiana.
“We’ve been getting reports of flooding in some areas like Vincennes and in the Knox County area. It’s been fairly significant at times with water rescues, road washouts, and low-lying areas getting inundated with water,” said Matt Eckhoff, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.
Most of the state will be getting more rain Wednesday.
“There is a threat of damaging wind gusts, but the threat of severe weather is low. The biggest threat is heavy rain with localized flooding potential,” said Eckhoff.
More rain is likely again Thursday.
“The southern part of Indiana has been the focal point. It will continue to be the primary target for rain in the next one or two days. There will be probably more scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday,” said Eckhoff.
He expects the weekend to be dry and temperatures will be in the low 80s during that time.
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