Rain From Irma in Indiana

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Angela Buchman

Hurricane Irma has been powerful and destructive for days. It has weakened and is no longer a hurricane, but it is still a large storm moving across the SE United States. At one point Monday evening, there were a dozen states with clouds from Irma and 9 with rain. The remnants from Irma will move our way on Tuesday.

The leading edge of the rain will move into southern Indiana early Tuesday morning.

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There will be off and showers Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain totals will be .10" - .25" for most of central Indiana. There will be some higher totals south and east of Indianapolis.

Here is the timeline with FutureTrak13.

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Keep the umbrellas and the jackets handy on Tuesday and Wednesday. With clouds and showers, high temperatures will only be in the upper 60s and lower 70s. It will be breezy too, with winds NE 15-25mph.