Flash Flood Watch Through Friday

National Weather Service issues flash flood watch

Dangerous water levels happening today

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect as Cindy marches through the Mid-South.

SATURDAY: Rain showers will taper off early Saturday morning, with more sunshine developing Saturday afternoon. An additional 1 inch of rainfall is likely, with locally higher amounts possible as the system continues over the region.

If you know of any closed roads or flash flooding, give Eagle Country 99.3 a call at 812-537-9724.

Widespread showers and Thunderstorms are moving through parts of the area Friday and some could produce up to 2 inches of rain. We are retaliatively dry overnight into Sunday, with more shower bubbling up during the afternoon.

Heavy rainfall associated with remnants of the storm caused scattered street flooding across central and southern IN on Friday. Water levels rise after a combination of high tide and the rain from Tropical Storm Cindy in Lake Charles, La., Thursday, June 22, 2017. Local reports said blustery winds and heavy rain caused some traffic problems. Low-lying areas may quickly become flooded. Nolan McCabe, 10, of St. Louis, Missouri, was vacationing with his family on the Alabama coast when he was hit by a log washed in by a large wave.

On Friday, forecasters were trying to verify exactly how many tornadoes touched down in Alabama during Cindy's passage.

In Alabama, the weather service said, an EF-2 twister with winds up to 120 miles per hour (190 kph) struck just outside Birmingham Thursday.

Crews in Memphis, Tennessee, worked Thursday to clear storm drains to help prevent street flooding. Several businesses were damaged and at least four people were hurt.

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