Indianapolis, Indiana—Dangerous floods, tornadoes, lightning strikes, and even earthquakes are expected in Indiana. Heavy storms are expected for some soggy outdoor events in Indianapolis this weekend.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis issued a flood flash warning for all of Central Indiana. According to the issued warning, it is going to last until Sunday night.
Heavy rain, widespread showers, and thunderstorms are expected. The National Weather service recommend being cautious about climate changes. People living along rivers, streams, and creeks, should pay close attention to water levels in case of heavy rain. The service recommends being prepared for flash flooding, always be tuned to local TV/radio stations for warning information.
Flooding is expected along rivers this weekend. There is about a 60 percent chance of rain for Friday with a high temperature of about 77 degrees.
People who are going to attend Colts Kickoff Concert on Friday, Pentatonix Concert at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center or Sun King CAN vitational on Saturday, or Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard on Sunday are required to bring umbrellas and ponchos.