Rain, Rain Go Away

Rain continues to affect Greater Lafayette in the coming days.

Posted: Feb. 19, 2018 11:37 PM

Good Evening,

Rain continues to come down throughout the viewing area and unfortunately, it doesn’t look like we’ll see much of any break from the rainfall during the next 24 to 36 hours!

Some parts of the region could receive as much as 4” of additional rainfall between now and early Wednesday afternoon. In fact many rivers and creeks across Greater Lafayette are expected to crest at moderate flood stage or near major flood stage over the next 72 hours.

The Wabash River at Lafayette is expected to crest early Thursday at 22.5’, just four feet below major flood stage. The Wabash was at 7’ earlier this morning.

After a brief break from the rainfall Wednesday afternoon and Thursday, Scattered rainfall returns to the region for Friday, Saturday and Sunday dropping as much as an additional 2” of precipitation across portions of Greater Lafayette!

Article Comments

West Lafayette
Clear
31° wxIcon
Hi: 56° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 31°
Kokomo
Clear
36° wxIcon
Hi: 55° Lo: 38°
Feels Like: 31°
Rensselaer
Clear
32° wxIcon
Hi: 57° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 25°
Fowler
Clear
32° wxIcon
Hi: 55° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 25°
Williamsport
Clear
31° wxIcon
Hi: 56° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 31°
Crawfordsville
Clear
31° wxIcon
Hi: 55° Lo: 38°
Feels Like: 31°
Frankfort
Clear
35° wxIcon
Hi: 55° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 35°
Delphi
Clear
32° wxIcon
Hi: 56° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 25°
Monticello
Clear
32° wxIcon
Hi: 56° Lo: 38°
Feels Like: 25°
Logansport
Clear
32° wxIcon
Hi: 55° Lo: 37°
Feels Like: 27°
Plenty of sunshine this afternoon will help warm us up.
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