Live Doppler 13 Forecast Saturday 9/8/18 - Evening Update

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**Flash Flood Warnings in effect for southwest central Indiana. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for all of central Indiana.**

Heavy rain and flooding will continue to be a concern tonight through tomorrow. Heavy rain has been falling in south central Indiana. Some areas will pick up 3” to 6” of rain in just a few hours today. The remnants of Gordon will continue to push north across central Indiana tonight. Rain rates could be from one to two inches per hour into Sunday morning. Be aware of flooded roads. The soil is saturated and the water has nowhere to go. Be especially careful while traveling at night, as flooded or ponding is difficult to see. Temperatures will fall into the upper 50s and low 60s.

The heaviest rain will be in east central Indiana by late morning Sunday. The back side of the low pressure system will still spin in some drizzle at times through the day. It will be a cloudy afternoon with areas of drizzle and highs in the low to mid 60s. The Brickyard 400 is now scheduled to start at 1pm Sunday. Hopefully, there will be dry times to get the race in. Bring the rain gear for pockets of drizzle.

A much needed drying pattern returns for the work week.

Monday will remain cloudy with just a low chance of a spotty shower. It will be warmer, although still below average, with highs in the low 70s.

Temperatures climb back into the upper 70s for Tuesday through Thursday with sunny and warmer air arriving Friday and Saturday.