As depicted on the map above, there were locations across south-central Indiana and central Kentucky that received rain from isolated storms. The heaviest amount of rain fell in Barren County with the KY Mesonet recording 2 inches of rain, half of that falling in a ten-minute period! This was due to the storm containing a lot of moisture, pulling it from the surrounding atmosphere, and dumping rain on one local area since the storms were not moving very fast. This is not uncommon to see during the summer months and could be seen again before the seasonal and meteorological change occurs. In addition to the storm observed in Barren County yesterday afternoon into the evening hours, radar depicted other storms (mainly over south-central Kentucky) that appeared to also contain heavy amounts of rain. However, the location of the storms did not coincide with known observation points. Therefore, it is possible that other locations received locally heavy rain but was simply not recorded by any NWS offical observeration sites, the KY Mesonet, or those observers in the CoCoRaHS network.