Back Edge of Rainfall Edging Eastward Through Viewing Area

April 19th, 2013 at 1:36 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Back edge of rainfall is running from Attica to Monon to Monterrey & continuing to work eastward…….slowly.

Widespread flooding continues with 2-5.5″ of rainfall across the area since Tuesday over wet to saturated ground in the first place.

Front has passed through, so temperatures are now falling into the 40s with brisk to strong west to northwest winds.

 

4 Responses to “Back Edge of Rainfall Edging Eastward Through Viewing Area”

  1. Bud says:

    Recorded 2.90″ yesterday and my five day total was 4.69″. That’s enough rain for awhile, but I’m sure some day day soon I’ll be wishing it would rain.

  2. Jim says:

    Chad Snow flurries in Kentland Morocco

  3. Chuck says:

    3.81 inches total for Thursday. Flooding is receding but all small creeks out of their banks and our lake overflowing the dam.That is a 4 day total of over 6 inches. 4.5 miles NE of Frankfort.

  4. Brian says:

    So much rain. One thing I was wondering is why the National Weather Services’ flood predictions are so inaccurate? Yesterday they were predicting the Wabash would crest at 20.5 and now they are saying 25.5…Do they only account for rain that has fallen while completely ignoring the three day forecast?

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