The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District have begun releasing water from the reservoir into the tail waters which run into Salt Creek.
This is the tenth wettest April in Indianapolis history, and the city is less than two inches away from attaining the record of 8.6 inches set in 1893.
The heaviest rain will occur south of Vincennes and Bloomington, but no severe weather is expected.
National Weather Service meteorologists say areas of south-central Indiana should prepare for flooding as storms move into Indiana over the next few days.
Most of Central and Southern Indiana continues to be under a “Red Flag Warning” for fire risk.
The Cutter Cycling Team plans to make a run for another IU Little 500 title despite a recent accident.
As many as 63,000 people in Indiana -- 12,000 of them in Monroe County -- have been left in the dark thanks to storm-related power outages.