INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Showers and storms will continue Monday morning across much of central Indiana.
While severe weather is not expected Monday, the potential for some flooding could cause some issues.
Rainfall estimates between 2-3 inches of rain fell in extreme western Indiana, as well as northwest of Indianapolis.
Some minor flooding has been reported in portions of Fountain, Warren and Vermillion counties.
Indiana State Police posts in central Indiana had no reports of any major storm damage overnight. In Indianapolis, there were reports of some tree limbs down, including one that fell along US 31, just south of Southeastern Avenue.
Steady showers with steady rain, potentially heavy at times will continue into the afternoon hours before become more isolated late in the day.
Stay with the Forecast 8 team for further updates.