LIVE BLOG: Heavy showers and storms move into central Indiana

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Showers and thunderstorms are likely to move into central Indiana in the overnight hours. This activity should arrive to our western counties between 1-2 AM and spread east-northeast across the state. Severe rounds of storms will pass over some locations, bringing in the threat for localized flash flooding.

Rainfall Specific cities1-2″ of rain is possible for much of the state tonight with locally We will have live radar updates starting at 4 AM on Fox 59 but we’ll also be posting rain reports and radar updates below in the LIVE BLOG:

Jennifer Ketchmark - Meteorologist September 1, 201410:02 PM

Looking for more detail on the forecast?  Here’s my blog from earlier this afternoon regarding the overnight heavy rain: 

http://fox59.com/2014/09/01/severe-risk-dropped-but-soaking-rains-develop-overnight/

Jennifer Ketchmark - Meteorologist September 1, 201410:51 PM

The leading edge of storms is quickly approaching I-57 in eastern Illinois. To our state line around 12-1 AM

Jennifer Ketchmark - Meteorologist September 2, 201412:08 AM
Jennifer Ketchmark - Meteorologist September 2, 201412:47 AM