INDIANA, OHIO (WANE) – Heavy rainfall on Sunday briefly led to a Flood Advisory being issued for Adams, Jay, and Wells Counties in northeast Indiana and Van Wert County in northwest Ohio.

As of 9:25 PM Sunday, here’s a look at some estimated 24-hour rainfall totals in the southern part of our area, where the most rainfall was observed. Flash Flood Warnings were issued just south of our area, where nearly 8 inches of rain was likely picked up.

Advisories were issued for flooding of low-lying areas and for ponding of water on streets. Even though the most intense rain has come to an end, additional periods of showers and a few thunderstorms are expected tonight before the system completely exits to the east. You can track the latest forecast information here.

Remember to turn around, don’t drown when you encounter a flooded roadway.