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By: nocaneindy , 2:30 PM GMT on March 02, 2011
Just a quick update on our upcoming weather. Rain chances start coming back into the picture tomorrow night, and last through Saturday night, when we could transition to some snow showers towards Sunday am. Our heaviest precipitation looks to come in the Friday evening/ night on through Saturday time frame. Really the only good news is the 12z hpc qpf now shows the heaviest precipitation being to our east. Of course, the people in Ohio and points further east don't need that much rain either. So here's to hoping the we continue to see the heaviest precip move east even more!
That said, it's not as if we are off the hook. More than 1.50" of rain could be on the way. That's almost half our average for March! On top of the more than a months worth we received on the 28th, our flood issues will persist for even longer. Areas of southern Indiana are going to have some significant flooding if it keeps this up. As bad as it gets here, its even more troublesome down that a ways as our flooded rivers, creeks, and streams traverse down to those already water logged areas. A dry spell is much needed!
More to come tomorrow on the upcoming systems. The NWS in Indianapolis has a report out on the storms of Feb.27th & 28th. That can be found here.
Days 1-3 QPF
Days 4-5 QPF
5 Day Total QPF
QPF charts from the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center
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