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NWS: Remnants of Beryl to Drench Tri-State

NWS Paducah

Isolated tornadoes are also possible as the system moves through the region

The remnants of Hurricane Beryl may bring storms and heavy rain to the Evansville area. WNIN’s John Gibson has details:

After making landfall in Texas Monday morning, what’s left of the hurricane has prompted forecasters to issue a Flood Watch for the Tri-State.

The watch begins late Monday night and runs through Tuesday night.

The National Weather Service says southwest Indiana and western Kentucky could see up to two inches of rain, while southern Illinois could get 2-to-3 inches.

Forecasters say if enough instability develops, storms with high winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible in southwest Indiana and western Kentucky.

The storms may also cause flash flooding.

The weather service says Beryl’s remnants may also bring minor to moderate river flooding.