Aug 17, 2014 10:24 PM by Chief Meteorologist Bill Meck
We've got more rain developing tonight and some of it will be locally heavy.
As of late evening a corridor of locally heavy rainfall is occurring between US 127 and I-65. As the night progresses that area of heavy rain will expand/move east and southeast. Rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible.
At this point flooding does not appear to be a significant threat. However, with some of the downpours ponding of water on roads is possible for brief periods. Small creeks and streams may also see quick rises with the heavies rainfall late tonight and early tomorrow.
The rain threat lasts into Monday with a mainly cloudy sky with showers and thundershowers around. The rain threat looks to lessen later in the day as low pressure slides off to the east. Highs will make the low 80's and it will be muggy.
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