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Anderson Weather 2h
"Barry" has been underwhelming to say the least. However, rain cells are beginning to become more numerous. That trend should continue as the afternoon progresses. There is *still* no guarantee of rainfall or amounts at any given location.
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Sean Ash 2h
Still on target for scattered to numerous downpours with a potential of some rotating storms between 2 PM - 10 PM:
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TDS Weather 2h
Radar shows some scattered areas of rain across Indiana at 12:35 pm edt. Expecting continued development this afternoon.
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Sean Ash 22h
Chance, albeit low, of rotating storms in this zone Tuesday due to highly moist air and increased low-level wind shear associated with Barry's remnant circulation:
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August Veron 7h
Double rainbow over Harrison County this morning
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Sherry Hughes 2h
Showers moving into Ripley Co & approaching Carroll Co. Stronger storms to develop later with heavy rain & gusty winds
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NWS Chicago Jul 15
The heat may build to DANGEROUS levels towards the end of the week. Heat indices may exceed 105 degrees by Thursday and Friday (and possibly into the weekend).
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Mike Ryan 3h
Caribbean-style sky today. Low cloud bases in a tropical airmass. Expect showers and a few storms with torrential rainfall once convective temps are met.
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Andrew (NatureMan) 18h
Get ready for Hottest streak in years comes next week. Highs around 95°F (possibly hotter) with heat indices between 105°F to 110°f. Heat Advisories/Excessive Heat Warnings are likely to be issued. Targeting the Thursday-Sunday time frame for this hot dome.
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Marcus Bailey 16h
WEATHER IN FLASH - MONDAY OVERNIGHT: Best widespread rain chance we've had a in a while as the remnants of settle in. Hottest air of the summer moves later this week. Update:
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Lindsey Monroe 6h
STORM TIMELINE... Storms begin to ramp up around noon and will be widespread through the early evening. Expect heavy downpours, localized flooding and the potential of a few rotating storms given the tropical characteristics of this storm system.
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RTV6 Indianapolis Jul 15
The remnants of will bring us rain Tuesday and Wednesday. The heaviest is expected near and south of I-70.
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Alex Countee 9h
Rounds of rain today and tomorrow could lead a couple of standing water problems, especially south and east of South Bend. I'm talking more about that concern on this AM!
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Nathan Gidley 9h
Good morning! I'm up early today working with on the early shift! We're tracking showers from the remnants of Hurricane Barry today, which is much-needed precipitation for our area. Enjoy the cooler temperatures, as big-time heat is on the horizon this weekend.
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Tyler Sebree 3h
INSANE HEAT: So, the potential heat indexes Thursday are...umm...something.
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Kyle Mounce 7h
Our Tuesday is just getting started. I wanted to share the forecast as you get your day going.
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Kelly Greene 9h
A few showers are developing this morning with heavy showers and storms developing this afternoon, as the remnants of Barry push in.
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NWS Chicago 20h
Temperatures will warm into the mid to upper 90s across much of the region Thu-Sat. Combined with increased humidity, heat indices will approach 110 degrees Thursday through Saturday. Think ahead -- what will you do when this hot? Safety:
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NWS Louisville 11h
Locally heavy rainfall possible today and Wed as the remnants of Barry drift across the OH Valley. Behind the rainfall will come hot temps, with heat indices of 100-105 degrees possible each day, Thurs-Sun
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soonerroadie, esq. 17h
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