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Indiana To See Remnants Of Tropical Storm Irma Tuesday

Tropical Storm Warnings (crimson warning box) remain in effect as Irma moves northwest.

Photo: National Weather Service

Tropical Storm Warnings (crimson warning box) remain in effect as Irma moves northwest.

Remnants of Hurricane Irma will slowly push through central Indiana late Tuesday. Forecasters at the National Weather Service in Indianapolis predict light rain showers Wednesday and Thursday.

A half inch of new rainfall and 22 MPH wind gusts are expected as Irma dissipates over southern Indiana.

Showers will end Friday with highs in the upper 70s.

Now, Tropical Storm Irma’s path continues through Florida, Georgia and South Carolina Monday with expected rainfall totals of 5 to 10 inches.

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