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More Rounds of Rain and Storms Tuesday

We're almost there - this is the light at the end of the tunnel for our seemingly endless rain/storm chances.  A cold front is drawing nearer; that will bring us a new air mass and help drop heat and humidity before the end of the week. 


Storm chances continue this afternoon.  It looks like we'll have a relatively quiet period during the early afternoon.  The rain from this morning will help stabilize the atmosphere a bit. 


That stabilization really only applies around and north of the river, places that saw the earlier rain.  Kentucky, specifically areas near the Kentucky parkways, could still see some afternoon pop up storms. 


Later tonight it's possible a few showers or storms could pop up in or around Kentuckiana.  It's not a guarantee for us to see that late round; it will be based on what happens with that afternoon potential. 


The Weather Prediction Center (a NOAA agency) has placed our area in a Slight Risk of flash flooding today as a result of the rain we've already seen and the additional rain expected today.


Flooding is still the primary threat with these storms.  Dubois county saw a Flash Flood Warning earlier this morning and a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for much of southern Indiana through the early afternoon. 


I'll walk you through the rest of the rain chances this week on WDRB at 11:30 and Noon then Marc and Rick will be here tonight to show you the areas receiving the heaviest rain and any strong storms that develop. 

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