Some of us got hit with some pretty strong rainfall on Friday.
It was short-lived but was packed with a punch, especially in parts of Kosciusko, Marshall and Fulton Counties.
The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for Kosciusko County, southeastern Marshall County, northeastern Fulton County, northern Wabash County, and Whitley Counties that ended 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
Weather service officials in North Webster say a widespread area was hit with 2-4 inches of rainfall along the U.S. 30 corridor from Marshall County southeast to Fort Wayne.
Some places got dumped with 5 to 6 inches or rain.
Another 1 to 2 inches was possible overnight.
Locations in the warning area include Warsaw, Leesburg, Pierceton, Bourbon, Tippecanoe, Talma, Claypool, Mentone and South Whitley.
A statement from the National Weather said excessive runoff from the heavy rainfall caused flooding of small creeks and streams, highways and underpasses. Country roads and farmlands along the banks of creeks, streams and other low-lying areas were also expected to flood.