COLD RAIN GREETS YOU
Get ready, a cold, steady rain greets many of us Saturday morning, (the first of two surges). While Saturday looks to be a washout we have found some rain-free hours for you. The first wave arrives after 12 am will bring persistent, steady rain through mid-morning Saturday. These rains will ease and even end for many of us by noon or 1 pm.
ROUND 2 - RAIN AND STORMS
The second round arriving late day or early evening will contain heavy downpours and a few embedded thunderstorms. Locally heavy rainfall is possible early Saturday evening and even a few gusty t-storms could occur. Portions of far southern Indiana are outlook for a possible watch box with a threat for severe storms. Locally a few gusty storms are possible.
Many area creeks, streams and rivers will fill and spill out of their banks by Saturday night. A areal flood watch is in effect for flooding along the waterways and low lying areas through Sunday morning.
Welcomed dry time will begin after a cold front sweeps the state, bringing an end to the rain threat after midnight Sunday. Dry weather is expected for the second half of the weekend and through Wednesday night.