As another heavy storm hit the Wabash Valley Saturday, creating flash flooding, Clay County was spared from extensive damage.
Dispatchers at the Clay County Sheriff's and Brazil City Police Departments said they received no reports of damage caused by the storm, while the Brazil City Fire Department added there were minor issues on the west side of Brazil due to flooding, particularly in the Chicago Street area, but no roads needed to be closed or barricaded.
Officials added while flooding did occur with more than an inch of rain falling in less than an hour, the waters subsided quickly.
Clay County Emergency Management Director Bryan Husband said he also saw no damage as he traveled through the county Sunday morning, although officials were on heightened alert due to tornado warnings.
"We kept track of prolonged shelf clouds in the Coalmont area, which are a big indicator for the possibility of tornados forming," Husband told The Brazil Times. "Fortunately, nothing came of it and there are no other issues that I am aware of."
According to the National Weather Service, there is a slight chance of thunderstorms for tonight into Tuesday morning, then again Wednesday night, with a 50-percent chance of thunderstorms Thursday.