We are experiencing a very wet morning and we have had lots of reports of standing water on streets, roads and interstates in central Indiana. There is a Flood Watch for areas from Nashville and Columbus south this morning.
Today is a complete washout area-wide with heavy rain at times and a raw northeasterly wind keeping temperatures in the 40s. By Friday afternoon, rainfall amounts of 2"-4" are expected for southeastern Indiana and 1"-3" for the Indianapolis metro area.
Showers Friday morning should wrap-up before Operation Football, but prepare for chilly game conditions in the 40s with a brisk wind.
Our Monumental Marathon forecast is holding with temperatures in the mid-30s at the 8 a.m. start and mid-40s by 10-11 a.m. Right now the wind appears to be around 3-10 mph with sunshine during the race.
This day in central Indiana weather history - 1984:
Severe thunderstorm winds knock down trees in Tippecanoe and Carroll counties.