The rain continues this Saturday, with widespread showers and isolated thunderstorms.
The rain over the past 24 hours has been in association with a low pressure system. These system rotate counter-clockwise, which will bring more showers into the forecast for tomorrow. If we look to the north, we can see additional rain bands from this system over Michigan and Lake Michigan. These showers will continue to progress southward over the next 24 hours, bringing more rain for Sunday.
As of yesterday, we've seen a wide spread in rainfall totals. Kokomo received over 4/10 of an inch, while we received less than 1/10 of an inch here in Lafayette. Certain regions of Indiana saw over 3 inches of rain over the span of few hours due to yesterday's storms.
As the evening continues, we'll see the rain chances stick around through the dinner hours.
We'll see a brief break from the rain before isolated showers return tonight. Expect lows in the mid 60's.
Keep the umbrella at hand tomorrow! The chance for showers sticks around until late Sunday night, with scattered thunderstorms possible in the afternoon hours.
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