A rainy week is in store for the Tri-State. Several inches of rain may fall in the northern counties, which will cause a rise on the Little Wabash and White Rivers. Flood advisories are in place there already:
Rain will move in on Monday evening with some pockets of locally heavy rainfall. Thunder risk is very low at this point, but a few rumbles can't be ruled out:
The RPM model keeps the rain coming across Illinois and Indiana through early Tuesday morning:
The next salvo will line up along and north of Interstate 64 on Tuesday evening:
A real soaker sets up in the pre-dawn hours on Wednesday, although rain should be moving out by the afternoon:
Total rainfall through Wednesday will be heaviest along the northern edge of the Tri-State, with lesser amounts along and south of the Ohio River:
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