INDIANAPOLIS — It was fairly a day in central Indiana. In determined want of rain after the fourth-driest first half of summer time in Indianapolis, some areas received one to 2 months value of rainfall in lower than 24 hours right now. The top outcome was Flash Flood Warnings for elements of Hamilton, Madison, Tipton, and Delaware counties.
Radar rainfall estimates, with spotter verification, present a swath of 6″-8″+ rain in Madison/Delaware counties, the place a number of automobiles turned stranded round Muncie. Fortunately, there have been no experiences of accidents and/or property injury.
6″-8″+ rainfall throughout Madison/Delaware counties which is 1-2 months value of rain in lower than 24 hours. Flash Flooding receding and arranged rain ending by midnight.
— Sean Ash (@SeanAshWX) July 18, 2022
Flash flood water has receded, however there’s nonetheless important avenue flooding alongside Huge Duck and Pike Creek. Please use warning when you driving in a single day throughout the Areal Flood Warning in Tipton, Hamilton, Delaware, and Madison counties till 8 a.m. Monday morning. This was simply the wettest day of the summer time with widespread rain. But it surely was an excessive amount of, too rapidly for some.
Warmth turns into a much bigger focus mid to latter half of the week with Wednesday and the weekend wanting like highs within the mid/higher 90s with warmth indices of 100-105°. Warmth advisories and/or extreme warmth warnings could also be required as soon as once more.