INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – UPDATE 5 p.m.: Flash flood warning issued for Indianapolis and surrounding counties until 8 p.m. as heavy rain moves through the area.
- North Central Clay
- Delaware County
- Boone County
- Hamilton County
- Western Hancock County
- Hendricks County
- Madison County
- Marion County
- Southeastern Montgomery County
- Northern Morgan County
- Putnam County
- Southeastern Tipton County
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Storm Track 8 Meteorologist Marcus Bailey said some areas around the Indianapolis metro have already received between 2 inches and 3 inches of rain. Rainfall rates of up to 1 inch per hour will be possible with storms this afternoon.
After a three-day break, rain and some thunderstorms return to central Indiana Tuesday. Rain will be heavy at times, and some places could see more than an inch of additional rainfall.
There is a low chance, or marginal risk of a few strong thunderstorms, mainly south and east of Indianapolis. Damaging wind would be the biggest threat.
Stay with the Storm Track 8 weather blog as they track rainfall and severe weather potential through the day, plus track additional storm chances for the rest of the week.