A few gusty storms and heavy downpours early Thursday evening

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FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE

A broken line of storms has developed Thursday afternoon over north-central Indiana.  A few storms have grown to 40,000 feet and may produce a strong or damaging wind gust.  The air is loaded with moisture again today and these storms have the potential  of flash flood producing downpours.

Radar estimated as much as 4" in only a few hours over far southeast Miami county through 5 pm Thursday.

Several flash flood warnings have been issued late Thursday.  The storms will eventfully diminish before 11 pm.

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RAIN THREAT DIMINISHING LATER

The slow moving line will settle slowly south through 8 PM.  Current forecasts off hi-resolution, short term models indicated the storms dissipating by 10 PM.  I'm posting the forecast radar/satellite image for 11 pm Thursday below.

 

Latest HRRR Central Indiana Composite Radar