Isaac Remnants Leave Rain But Not Enough
Hurricane Isaac gave Indiana some much needed rain, but the National Weather Service says not nearly enough to wipe out the drought.
Meteorologist John Hendrickson says Western Indiana got the most rain, upwards of four inches. He says Indianapolis International Airport got two inches over the weekend, but adds the state is still below normal rainfall for this time of year. Hendrickson says the system stayed farther West than earlier predicted.
He says parts of Illinois got nearly five inches of rain. Hendrickson says there's still a chance of showers running into Tuesday. He adds that the remnants of Isaac have left Indiana. He expects a couple of drier, cooler days this week with more rain moving in possibly Friday.