Rivers Cresting in Southwest Indiana...Little Rainfall through Tuesday

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The lowest reaches of the East Fork White, White and Wabash Rivers will be cresting through Sunday.  With Little rainfall occurring  in Indiana and eastern Illinois through Tuesday, much of the flooding along the East Fork White, White and Wabash Rivers in western and southern Indiana will subside by March 18.

Flood crests in the lowest reaches of the White, Wabash and East Fork White Rivers will be the highest since June 2008.  Major flooding, as experienced in June 2008, will not occur.  Many local roads will be flooded through March 17.   Motorists should use alternate high ground routes.

Significant flooding impacts numerous local and state roads, extensive agricultural land and some residential areas.

Below is the amount of rainfall expected over the next three days.

Rainfall for the next 3 days
More information can be found at our Rainfall and Flooding Outlook page, and river forecasts are available as well.

 



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