INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A strong storm made its way through central Indiana Saturday.
Steady rain, heavy downpours, and lightning continued into Sunday morning. Flood Warnings continue for southern counties are in effect until 1 or 2 p.m. Sunday, depending on location.
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A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Daviss, Greene, Knox, Martin and Sullivan counties until 6:30 p.m. Saturday. A warning was also issued for Clay, Parke and Vigo counties and expired around 5 p.m.
At 5:03 a.m. Sunday morning, a flood advisory was issued for Ripley and Franklin counties in the southern part of the state. That advisory is in effect until 7 a.m.
The most intense thunderstorms remained in southeast Indiana. Thundershowers continued for central and northeast Indiana Sunday morning. The rain is expected to last, but in a lesser form, until early afternoon.
Saturday night, a line of storms extended back through Illinois. It was expected to produce wind gusts of 40 mph, heavy rain and lightning.
A Flash Flood Advisory was in effect for Wayne County from 2 a.m. Sunday through late Sunday night. People in the area were advised to be prepared for flooding near small streams and creeks.
The rain is expected to continue on Monday and possibly into Tuesday.
Temperatures Saturday night were expected to be in the lower 60s with Sunday highs in the upper 60s. The temperature on Monday was expected to be in the 50s. Temperatures were expected to warm up throughout the week into next week.
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