Up to 8 inches of rain has fallen in parts of Indiana and Illinois over the last 24 hours, creating flooding concerns as more rain is in the forecast into this evening. Flash Flood Watches continue into this afternoon for central areas of Indiana and Illinois. Another 1 to 3 inches could fall over the area throughout the day.
Radar estimates of rainfall over the last three days ending at 7 AM today. Small parts of Wabash County, IL, and Gibson County, IN, have gotten over 8 inches of rain. More rain is possible this afternoon and evening. #tristatewx pic.twitter.com/oVAWBAAMPm
— NWS Paducah (@NWSPaducah) June 12, 2018
A slow moving cold front continues to stream high humidity into the region. More showers and thunderstorms will fall into this evening, possibly heavy at times. Once the cold front exits the region into Wednesday morning, storm chances will diminish.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels
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