Well, the rain / thundershowers are making their way out of the state this afternoon as we try and dry out. Here is a look at how much rain was picked up from across the area.
Kentland, 1.13" inches
Fort Wayne, 1.08" inches
Lafayette, 1.08" inches
Attica, 0.94" inches
Remington, 0.82" inches
Rensselaer, 0.59" inches
Covington, 0.35" inches
We did have a few storm reports around the area from yesterdays weather event. Only a few high wind reports. The closest report to home was in Lebanon, out of Warren county. Take a look below.
|WEST LEBANON||WARREN||IN||ONE UTILITY POLE SNAPPED AT BASE ... COUPLE TREES DAMAGED ... CORNFIELDS DAMAGED ...|
As we head through the afternoon we will see the skies start to clear out a bit. Take a look at this satellite image below. You can see all the clearing skies heading this way as the rain showers continue to push off to the east.
Tonight we can look for partly to mostly cloudy skies with a low around 43* degrees. Winds light between 5 and 10 mph.
Monday we will start the day with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies with around a 30% chance of a stray shower. skies will clear as the day goes on becoming partly cloudy to mostly sunny. High around 65* degrees with a low that night around 41* degrees. Winds light between 5 and 10 mph.