Widespread showers and thunderstorms will continue for the day and evening across much of central and southern portions of Indiana, according to the National Weather Service. Tippecanoe, along with most of south and central Indiana, remains under a flood watch that is set to expire Wednesday morning.
In addition, a flood warning has been issued for the Wabash River. One to two inches of rain, combined with the melting snow from the weekend, will produce the potential for flooding. The Wabash River is, which was observed at 5.33 ft at 8:30am, is projected to be in a minor flood stage, which is 11 ft, by 9:00am tomorrow morrning!
The Meso West shows Lafayette has recorded about an inch of rain in the past 24 hours. The threat of heavy rainfall and flooding will persist through the morning and afternoon hours, with an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain possible. The showers will eventually shift farther into southeast Indiana later this evening.