Indianapolis has record-setting day of rain

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INDIANAPOLIS – It started to rain in Indianapolis Tuesday–and then it kept raining.

According to the National Weather Service, 1.81″ fell in the city, breaking the record set on April 16, 1930, when 1.53″ fell.

It’s the most rain in a single day in seven months, bringing flooding to Central Indiana. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will pass through the area again Tuesday night into Wednesday. Forecasters said there isn’t a great chance for severe weather Tuesday or Wednesday night.

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