(Via @NWSIndianapolis.) At 9:49 PM EDT a large area of rain, with embedded t-storms in SE IN, continues to move NE ~35 mph across much of IN. The back edge of this area is mainly along the W IN border. Rain chances will greatly diminish WNW to ESE thru 4 AM. Chief threat is flooding. #INwx #nwsind https://t.co/iedRoaTb1u
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