Enough with the rain!
Indianapolis, Indiana reported 3.37" of rain as of mid-afternoon Tuesday, making it the wettest April day on record in the Circle City.
Several road closures were reported
in and around the city as it remained under a Flash Flood Warning as of Tuesday afternoon, with more rain on the way later on Tuesday. Flooding hampered area travel through much of Tuesday, with the rain adding on to what's already been a wet start to 2018. Indy has now picked up more than 14 inches of rain since January 1st, almost double the typical year-to-date average of about nine inches.
Indianapolis, as of Tuesday afternoon, was also under a tornado watch until 8pm local time, with a line of strong storms set to deliver more rain and add to the record.
Stay with WeatherNation for the latest on this multi-dimensional storm system.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Chris Bianchi