FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — A nearby boundary sparked showers and thunderstorms across northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio on Labor Day.
The heaviest rainfall fell south of US 30 which is also where flooding became an issue.
Rainfall totals ranged from an inch to over two inches.
Not as much rain fell north of US 30 which is where a moderate drought persists.
Rainfall totals ranged from a half inch to a little over an inch.
The Fort Wayne International Airport registered 1.34 inches of rain for September 7, 2020 which is a new daily record.
The previous record daily rainfall was 1.19 inches set in 2012.
In Ohio, some areas received over four inches of rainfall as storms trained over the same area for hours.
Van Wert, Ohio picked up a whopping 4.14 inches of rainfall Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Due to the amount of rain, flooding was an issue in this area.
The stationary boundary is still vacationing in the Great Lakes.
The leftover moisture from the overnight rainfall will make it feel steamy Tuesday afternoon as temperatures climb into the 80s.
A few storms will be possible Tuesday afternoon but nothing like what the area experienced Monday night.