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Flooding followed by frigid air

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All Flash Flood Warnings are canceled for Central Indiana, but many rivers will remain above flood stage for the next few days.  Some rivers will be in moderate to major flood and we highly recommend you follow your location closely here: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ind

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Radar rainfall estimates and storm spotter reports shows the trajectory of heaviest rain (4″+) from Bloomington to New Castle.

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Temperatures this morning drop into the 30s and stay there for the remainder of our Sunday.  Clouds have more bark than bite early today, but spotty rain/snow showers develop this afternoon and evening.

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In the more vigorous snow showers tonight a dusting is possible and temperatures settle into the upper 20s by 7am.

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Another shot of snow showers Monday and Monday night as an Arctic cold front cuts through the state.  Notice the single digit temperature in Peoria, which is where most of the viewing area drops to Tuesday morning.

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Christmas Day in Central Indiana looks breezy with a slight chance of flurries.  Though it's doubtful we'll see a true White Christmas some spots may receive a dusting between now and then.

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