GREENFIELD — The remnants of Tropical Storm Isaac may be an uninvited guest for people with plans for the holiday weekend.
Central Indiana could start seeing precipitation from Isaac as early as today, with more substantial and continuous rains coming Saturday afternoon and lasting through the weekend, according the National Weather Service.
“Saturday night into Sunday looks to be the best chance for precipitation,” said Chad Swain, a meteorologist with the weather service in Indianapolis. “It depends exactly where the remnants go and how much moisture is left, but some areas of central Indiana could see over four inches of rain.”
In a summer of hit-or-miss – mostly miss – precipitation, Hancock County is virtually certain to get a soaking this time: Chances for rain are up to 80 percent, according to the weather service.