Here's a look at what to expect for the rest of your Thursday. Showers overnight moved out around 4am this morning and dense fog set in due to high dewpoints and cold ground temperatures for the morning commute. The rain will move back into Tippecanoe county just in time for the start of your lunch hour:
There will be a brief break between noon and 1, so if you can take a later lunch break, I would recommend doing so!
The heaviest amounts of rainfall will begin around 2pm with areas just south of Lafayette accumulating the most rainfall. Allow for extra time when picking-up kids from school at 3pm and keep umbrella handy if they did not bring raincoat to school this morning.
You will want to stay indoors tonight as the rainfall will continue through the evening and finally let-up close to midnight. Rain totals have fluctuated throughout the morning, but as of 8:45am, we are seeing half an inch of precipitation for Lafayette. Be sure to watch WLFI this evening for Chief Meteorologist, Cameron Hopman, latest forecast!
- Timeline for Thurday's Rain Showers
- Rain Showers Starting Around 1 P.M.
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- Showers around NOON
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- Tracking Moderate to Heavy Showers
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- Tracking Dense Fog + Midday Showers