This is now the fifth wettest September on record in Indianapolis, with .81″ of an inch falling this morning.
Last month was the 8th wettest August on record, with 6.51 recorded.
The heaviest rains from the system have been in southern Indiana. From around Vincennes to Madison and southward, up to 4 inches has been water-logged by radar estimates in the last couple of days.
The last two days have brought exactly a tenth of an inch each day to the Indianapolis Airport. That brings the month to date total to 6.92 inches. More rain ended up falling not just to the south, but also to the north of Indy.
.14″ Terre Haute
Bloomington could use the water.
YEAR TO DATE DEFICITS:
12.78″ Terre Haute
1.75″ South Bend
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