>A Special Weather Advisory is now in effect for the Eastern US, starting with Indiana southward in a straight line.
I am issuing this advisory for a HEAVY RAIN fear.
Over the next 7 days, 2 cold fronts will go through the area. Each will explode in Indiana and race eastward as potential squall lines.
In both cases, these fronts affect the entire East US.
How high is the flood risk?
Well, I would say that everyone in this advisory is under a MODERATE risk due to how the same scenario comes up twice in 7 days.
Rain accumulations may be upwards of an inch, with more than 2 inches if storms begin training
(repeating in the same spot).
A watch may be issued for this area going in to Black Friday if the model stays the same.