Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Few showers and storms around today
(July 14, 2015) – The threat of any additional heavy rainfall has ended across the area, but high water will remain across parts of the area, especially parts of Whitley, Allen, Huntington, Wells Adams and Jay counties where anywhere from 2 to over 4 inches of rain fell during the evening hours of Monday.
A few showers and possibly a rumble of thunder, will be possible into mid afternoon, especially south of US-24. No severe weather is expected today. Highs will approach 80 with somewhat lower humidity levels. A stronger cold front will move through by early evening, bringing in much less humid air and more pleasant conditions through Thursday before hot and humid conditions return for the weekend.
If you plan on visiting the waters of Lake Michigan later this afternoon into this evening, be aware of a high risk of rip currents behind the stronger cold front.