Heavy rainfall has made flooding a concern for parts of our area today.
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Also the return of rain chances to the forecast.
Big threat continues to be flooding after all of the heavy rain we’ve seen over the past week.
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Stuck on repeat with more rain possible this holiday weekend.
Flash flooding possible this evening through Saturday morning, especially in areas that saw the heaviest rain earlier this week.
Already one of the wettest months of May on record in Fort Wayne and more rain in the forecast.
Bring your weather radio and WANE Weather App
Showers and storms come to an end later today