Outdoor shots will be impacted at times this weekend, so be sure to keep your rain gear ready for isolated downpours.
INDIANAPOLIS – The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Hamilton County that is in effect until 12:15 a.m. Sunday.
Meteorologist Chelsea Stevens said an area of heavy rain was associated with downpours that passed through the region on Saturday evening.
Some areas had already seen up to three inches of rain, she said.
After a period of calm weather over the past few days, a few weather systems are expected to impact central Indiana this weekend.
Clouds will rise today along with a southerly wind flow. It will also increase the moisture content of the air, making it heavier and causing some spurious showers. This chance of rain will most likely be after 5 p.m. and will not be widespread.
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Outdoor planes will be impacted at times, so be sure to keep your rain gear ready for isolated downpours. Temperatures will still be seasonally in the low to mid 80s this afternoon.
A stray shower will be possible overnight with mostly cloudy skies and mild, low temperatures in the mid 60s.
A cold front will move across the state on Sunday, bringing more widespread chance of showers and storms. Spurious showers will be possible in the morning in front of the main border with temperatures warming up to the mid-70s.
The line of storms will first affect western portions of the state, then track into the Indianapolis metro area after noon, eventually moving into eastern Indiana by early evening. The heaviest of the rains ends at sunset. Severe weather is not expected but thunder and lightning will be possible.
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