WARSAW – Heavy rains and potentially damaging storms are possible for all of northern Indiana, southern Michigan and northwest Ohio Sunday, the National Weather Service predicts.
As a result, a flood watch is in effect through Monday morning for much of the region.
A vigorous upper-level system will bring the likelihood of heavy rains. Storm total rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches are expected into Monday.
In Kosciusko County, rain is likely Sunday morning and showers, accompanied by thunderstorms, are possible after 2 p.m., the weather service said.
Heavy rain is possible Sunday night. The high will be near 70 and the low will fall to 61.
More rain is possible through much of Monday. The high will be near 70.
With soils across most of the area saturated and rivers swelling from heavy rain that fell last week, area and river flooding is possible.
People living in flood-prone locations, such as near creeks and low spots may be affected.