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FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
1049 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

...The Flood Warning continues for the following river in Illinois...
  Embarras River at Lawrenceville affecting Lawrence County

The following forecasts are based on observed precipitation, soil
moisture conditions, and forecast precipitation.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

If you encounter a flooded roadway, turn around and find an alternate
route. Turn around, don`t drown.

Additional river and weather information is available at
www.weather.gov/ilx.

&&

ILC101-301749-
/O.CON.KILX.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-150706T0000Z/
/LAWI2.1.ER.150620T0202Z.150626T1630Z.150705T1800Z.NO/
1049 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Embarras River at Lawrenceville.
* Until Sunday evening.
* At  945 PM Monday the stage was 34.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 30.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Impact...At 33.0 feet...Lumber Mill Road is inundated.

&&


                  Fld  Observed         Forecast 6AM
Location          Stg  Stg  Day Time    Tue    Wed    Thu

Embarras River
 Lawrenceville     30  34.4 Mon 10 PM   34.2   33.6   32.8


&&

LAT...LON 3885 8786 3885 8773 3869 8759 3862 8765


$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KENTUCKY
938 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

...The flood warning continues for the Wabash River affecting areas
   in Illinois and Indiana...

   At New Harmony affecting Gallatin...Wabash...White...
   Gibson and Posey Counties

.Water levels along portions of the Wabash River continue to slowly
rise with a crest expected during the overnight hours.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-010638-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0062.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/NHRI3.1.ER.150621T1703Z.150630T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
938 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for the Wabash River at New Harmony
* until further notice.
* At 9 PM Monday the stage was 18.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will crest near 18.9 feet overnight.
* Impact...At 19.0 Feet...Surrounding bottomland is flooded. Harmonie
  State Park is closed.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3789 8810 3780 8809 3781 8801
      3797 8799 3815 8790

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KENTUCKY
935 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

...The flood warning continues for the Patoka River affecting
   areas in southwest Indiana...

   Near Princeton affecting Gibson County

.Water levels continue to slowly fall along portion of the Patoka
River with minor flood conditions forecast to end later this week.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC051-010635-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0065.000000T0000Z-150702T1500Z/
/PNTI3.1.ER.150624T1452Z.150629T1245Z.150702T0900Z.NO/
935 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for the Patoka River near Princeton
* until Thursday morning.
* At 9 PM Monday the stage was 19.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 18.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will fall to below flood stage Thursday.

&&

LAT...LON 3842 8770 3839 8771 3837 8747 3836 8741
      3839 8741 3843 8747

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC033-101-INC083-153-301702-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0131.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/RVTI3.2.ER.150609T2125Z.150627T1000Z.000000T0000Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Riverton.
* until further notice.
* At 12:00 PM Monday the stage was 23.0 feet.
* Flood stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 23.1 feet by
  tomorrow early afternoon then begin falling.
* At 24.0 feet...Extensive flooding is in progress.  Most levees are
  at critical levels.  Water level near the top of a few levees.
  High water begins to affect residences in eastern Palestine,
  Illinois and those along East River road just southeast of
  Palestine.  Some evacuations are necessary. Rodeo area in Leaverton
  Park begins to flood.  Water near or over East River Road south of
  Palestine.

&&

LAT...LON 3913 8767 3898 8759 3885 8756 3886 8750
      3899 8748 3913 8761

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC023-033-INC153-167-301702-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0129.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/HUFI3.2.ER.150609T1445Z.150629T0430Z.000000T0000Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Terre Haute.
* until further notice.
* At 12:00 PM Monday the stage was 22.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 14.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to a stage of 22.2 feet
  by tomorrow morning.
* At 22.8 feet...On May 3, 2011 two home in West Terre Haute area
  affected by seep water.  River crested near 24.7 feet about 2 days
  before.

&&

LAT...LON 3960 8741 3945 8747 3932 8763 3930 8757
      3943 8740 3960 8736

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC033-101-INC083-153-301702-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0130.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/HUTI2.1.ER.000000T0000Z.150630T0600Z.000000T0000Z.UU/
1203 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Hutsonville Legacy Power Plant Site.
* until further notice.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Forecast...The river is forecast to have a maximum value of 23.6
  feet after midnight tomorrow.
* At 23.8 feet...Ball field in Hutsonville is extensively flooded.
  Backtop road the runs along the Wabash River from Hutsonville to
  Palestine is still above flood waters.  Most all of the roads
  leading from this road to the Wabash are underwater...some by
  several feet of water.

&&

LAT...LON 3932 8763 3922 8762 3914 8768 3912 8762
      3923 8754 3930 8757

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC101-185-INC083-301702-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0133.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/VCNI3.2.ER.150619T2126Z.150628T1715Z.000000T0000Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Vincennes.
* until further notice.
* At 11:45 AM Monday the stage was 22.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to a stage of 22.4 feet
  by tomorrow morning.
* At 22.0 feet...Almost all unprotected areas flood.  River cabins are
  surrounded by high water.  Oil fields in lowland areas are
  inaccessible by land vehicles.  Most local river roads flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3886 8756 3871 8756 3847 8778 3846 8764
      3874 8746 3887 8750

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC185-INC027-051-083-125-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0146.000000T0000Z-150707T1840Z/
/PTRI3.1.ER.150620T1355Z.150627T1530Z.150707T0640Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Petersburg.
* until Tuesday July 07.
* At 11:30 AM Monday the stage was 18.9 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* At 19.0 feet...Low bottomlands flood and flooding begins on higher
  bottomlands.  State Road 257 may begin to flood if Shoals gage
  reading is over 17 feet.  Private levees may be overtopped in many
  cases.

&&

LAT...LON 3855 8726 3855 8739 3854 8744 3851 8744
      3850 8727 3855 8723

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC027-051-083-125-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0143.000000T0000Z-150706T2018Z/
/FREI3.1.ER.150620T0408Z.150702T0600Z.150706T0818Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Edwardsport.
* until Monday July 06.
* At  7:00 AM Monday the stage was 17.5 feet.
* Flood stage is 15.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 19.0 feet by
  Friday morning. The river will fall below flood stage Monday
  morning.
* At 18.6 feet...During June 2010 and March 2011 high water...INDOT
  closed SR 358 between SR 67 at Edwardsport to SR 57 at Plainville.
  SR 358 floods on the east side of the river between the levees.

&&

LAT...LON 3887 8715 3879 8729 3855 8726 3855 8723
      3877 8723 3885 8712

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC027-055-083-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0160.000000T0000Z-150705T1350Z/
/ELLI3.1.ER.000000T0000Z.150702T1200Z.150705T0150Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Elliston.
* until Sunday morning.
* At  8:00 AM Monday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood stage is 18.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 22.3 feet by
  Thursday early afternoon. The river will fall below flood stage
  Saturday before midnight.
* At 23.0 feet...Extensive flooding of agricultural lands begin.

&&

LAT...LON 3913 8696 3905 8699 3900 8697 3900 8693
      3908 8694 3912 8692

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC027-055-083-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0161.000000T0000Z-150705T0824Z/
/NWBI3.1.ER.150620T0750Z.150702T0600Z.150704T2024Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Newberry.
* until late Saturday night.
* At 11:30 AM Monday the stage was 14.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 13.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 16.3 feet by
  Thursday early afternoon. The river will fall below flood stage
  Saturday afternoon.
* At 16.0 feet...Higher bottomlands begin to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3900 8696 3894 8708 3887 8715 3885 8712
      3892 8700 3900 8694

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC185-INC051-083-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0147.000000T0000Z-150708T1245Z/
/HAZI3.1.ER.000000T0000Z.150629T1800Z.150708T0045Z.UU/
1203 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Hazleton.
* until Wednesday July 08.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Forecast...The river is forecast to have a maximum value of 20.0
  feet this afternoon.
* At 20.0 feet...Most of the low bottomlands flood. Flooding begins in
  higher bottomlands. High water affects any residents in Pottsville
  river cabins. Pottsville Road...North C Street on river side of
  railroad tracks and Catt Street near U. S. Highway 41 are flooded.
  Water is near or starting on Giro Road in the vicinity of submerged
  Pottsville Road. Oil stripped fields flood. Flood gates must be
  installed at Hazleton.

&&

LAT...LON 3854 8744 3852 8755 3843 8773 3841 8773
      3844 8760 3851 8744

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-301702-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0138.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.150621T0252Z.150629T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1203 PM CDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until further notice.
* At 10:45 AM Monday the stage was 25.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 25.8 feet by this
  afternoon then begin falling.
* At 26.0 feet...Relocations of cattle and some farm equipment is
  necessary to higher ground.  Agricultural losses are near 100
  percent in areas that are not protected by levees areas.  Extensive
  lowland flooding in western Gibson County Indiana.

&&

LAT...LON 3847 8777 3827 8800 3822 8800 3822 8794
      3828 8781 3846 8765

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC055-105-119-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0159.000000T0000Z-150704T1430Z/
/SPNI3.1.ER.150621T0550Z.150702T0000Z.150704T0230Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Spencer.
* until Saturday morning.
* At 11:30 AM Monday the stage was 16.7 feet.
* Flood stage is 14.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 18.4 feet by
  Wednesday evening. The river will fall below flood stage Friday
  before midnight.
* At 18.0 feet...Flooding begins of Owen County Fairgrounds and Cooper
  Park on southside of Spencer.

&&

LAT...LON 3936 8666 3933 8674 3913 8696 3911 8692
      3928 8675 3934 8665

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC071-093-175-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0165.000000T0000Z-150707T0620Z/
/WHLI3.1.ER.150630T1038Z.150702T1200Z.150707T0020Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Muscatatuck River at Wheeler Hollow.
* until Tuesday July 07.
* At 10:00 AM Monday the stage was 14.6 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* At 18.0 feet...Floods area in a few low spots and woodland areas
  along the river.  Residential property is not directly at this
  point.

&&

LAT...LON 3878 8591 3878 8603 3880 8615 3876 8618
      3873 8605 3874 8591

$$

FLOOD STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers in
central...western and southern Indiana...

  Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar
  Creek...Wabash River...White River...



.Extensive lowland to significant river flooding will continue this
week in western and southern Indiana.  Flooding in much of central
Indiana will end by Wednesday.  Flood crests along the White River in
Morgan and Owen Counties will be about 2 feet higher than levels
seen previously in the month.

In western Indiana...significant river flooding will continue from
Lafayette to the Ohio River for much of the week.  The main crest
on the Wabash River was at Mount Carmel.  Flood levels from Lafayette
to Vincennes were the highest for the season since July 2003.
Flooding in the Mount Carmel area was about 3 feet lower than late
June 1998.

In southern Indiana...lowland flooding returned to portions of
Jackson County.  River levels along the White River in southwest
Indiana will show little change through much of the week.

Flooding will last much of the week in southern Indiana.  High water
may continue in southwest Indiana past July 10.  Rainfall this week
is not expected to cause renewed flooding.

Flooding continues to affect local river roads ... extensive
agricultural lands and possibly some residential areas.



Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC071-093-175-301702-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0176.000000T0000Z-150704T1800Z/
/SERI3.1.ER.150629T0427Z.150701T0600Z.150704T0600Z.UU/
103 PM EDT MON JUN 29 2015

The Flood Warning continues for
  The East Fork White River at Seymour.
* until Saturday afternoon.
* At 11:45 AM Monday the stage was 12.7 feet.
* Flood stage is 12.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 15.8 feet by
  early Wednesday morning. The river will fall below flood stage
  early Saturday morning.
* At 15.6 feet...Jackson County Sheriff`s reported following roads
  closed when the river experienced a minor rise after the Great June
  2008 flood:  SR 235 east of Medora to Covered Bridge, CR 300N east
  of Honeytown to Shieldstown, CR 225W between CR 300N and Slab Road
  River Bridge, CR 410W from US 50 to Vallonia, Newford Road, west
  from Vehslage Road to the 5000 block east, CR 400E from Newford
  Road south to Shieldstown, CR 150 E from CR 3000N to CR 4000N, CR
  100E from CR 3000N to CR 4000N and CR 700E by CR 800N.

&&

LAT...LON 3906 8587 3893 8604 3879 8620 3877 8613
      3886 8599 3905 8583

$$


Special Weather Statement


SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
604 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

KYZ028-029-038>041-045>049-053>057-063>067-073>078-081-082-301300-
HARDIN KY-BULLITT KY-SPENCER KY-ANDERSON KY-WOODFORD KY-
FAYETTE KY-NELSON KY-WASHINGTON KY-MERCER KY-JESSAMINE KY-
CLARK KY-LARUE KY-MARION KY-BOYLE KY-GARRARD KY-MADISON KY-
HART KY-GREEN KY-TAYLOR KY-CASEY KY-LINCOLN KY-ALLEN KY-BARREN KY-
MONROE KY-METCALFE KY-ADAIR KY-RUSSELL KY-CUMBERLAND KY-
CLINTON KY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ELIZABETHTOWN...FORT KNOX...
MOUNT WASHINGTON...SHEPHERDSVILLE...TAYLORSVILLE...LAWRENCEBURG...
VERSAILLES...LEXINGTON...BARDSTOWN...SPRINGFIELD...HARRODSBURG...
NICHOLASVILLE...WINCHESTER...HODGENVILLE...LEBANON...DANVILLE...
LANCASTER...RICHMOND...MUNFORDVILLE...GREENSBURG...
CAMPBELLSVILLE...LIBERTY...STANFORD...SCOTTSVILLE...GLASGOW...
TOMPKINSVILLE...EDMONTON...COLUMBIA...JAMESTOWN...BURKESVILLE...
ALBANY
604 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015 /504 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015/

...LOCALLY DENSE FOG ACROSS PORTIONS OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY...

OBSERVATIONAL DATA AS WELL AS A FEW WEBCAMS INDICATE SOME PATCHES
OF DENSE FOG ARE OVER THE REGION EARLY THIS MORNING. VISIBILITIES
ARE LESS THAN HALF A MILE IN THESE PATCHES. WHEN ENCOUNTERING
AREAS OF FOG...SLOW DOWN...USE YOUR LOW-BEAM HEADLIGHTS...AND
LEAVE PLENTY OF ROOM BETWEEN YOU AND THE VEHICLE AHEAD OF YOU.
THIS FOG SHOULD BURN OFF WITHIN AN HOUR OR TWO OF SUNRISE.

$$

RJS


Hazardous Weather Outlook


HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH
801 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

INZ050-058-059-066-073>075-080-KYZ089>100-OHZ026-034-035-042>046-
051>056-060>065-070>074-077>082-088-011215-
WAYNE-FAYETTE IN-UNION IN-FRANKLIN IN-RIPLEY-DEARBORN-OHIO-
SWITZERLAND-CARROLL-GALLATIN-BOONE-KENTON-CAMPBELL-OWEN-GRANT-
PENDLETON-BRACKEN-ROBERTSON-MASON-LEWIS-HARDIN-MERCER-AUGLAIZE-DARKE-
SHELBY-LOGAN-UNION OH-DELAWARE-MIAMI-CHAMPAIGN-CLARK-MADISON-
FRANKLIN OH-LICKING-PREBLE-MONTGOMERY-GREENE-FAYETTE OH-PICKAWAY-
FAIRFIELD-BUTLER-WARREN-CLINTON-ROSS-HOCKING-HAMILTON-CLERMONT-BROWN-
HIGHLAND-ADAMS-PIKE-SCIOTO-
801 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL
INDIANA...SOUTHEAST INDIANA...NORTHEAST KENTUCKY...NORTHERN
KENTUCKY...CENTRAL OHIO...MIAMI VALLEY OF OHIO...SOUTH CENTRAL
OHIO...SOUTHWEST OHIO AND WEST CENTRAL OHIO.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON.
A FEW STORMS MAY BECOME STRONG TO SEVERE...WITH A CHANCE FOR
DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE HAIL.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LINCOLN IL
552 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

ILZ066>068-071>073-011100-
CLAY-CRAWFORD-EFFINGHAM-JASPER-LAWRENCE-RICHLAND-
552 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL
ILLINOIS...SOUTH CENTRAL ILLINOIS AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE TODAY AND TONIGHT...HOWEVER
SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT ANTICIPATED.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE THROUGH MONDAY. AT THIS
TIME...SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT ANTICIPATED.

FLOODING WILL CONTINUE ALONG THE WABASH...LITTLE WABASH AND
EMBARRAS RIVER THROUGH THE ENTIRE PERIOD.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT ANTICIPATED THROUGH TONIGHT.

$$

AUTEN

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
513 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

TNZ005>011-023>034-056>066-075-077>080-093>095-011015-
STEWART-MONTGOMERY-ROBERTSON-SUMNER-MACON-CLAY-PICKETT-HOUSTON-
HUMPHREYS-DICKSON-CHEATHAM-DAVIDSON-WILSON-TROUSDALE-SMITH-
JACKSON-PUTNAM-OVERTON-FENTRESS-PERRY-HICKMAN-LEWIS-WILLIAMSON-
MAURY-MARSHALL-RUTHERFORD-CANNON-DE KALB-WHITE-CUMBERLAND-BEDFORD-
COFFEE-WARREN-GRUNDY-VAN BUREN-WAYNE-LAWRENCE-GILES-
513 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF MIDDLE
TENNESSEE.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS TODAY AND TONIGHT
FOR ALL OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE...WITH THE MAIN THREAT BEING DAMAGING
WINDS. LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL IS ALSO POSSIBLE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

A DISTURBANCE WILL MOVE DOWN IN THE NORTHWEST FLOW ALOFT THAT WILL
BRING NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY...
A FEW OF THESE COULD BE STRONG IN ADDITON TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL.

SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL COULD OCCUR OVER THE COMING DAYS
FOR AREAS THAT SEE REPEATED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. THE MAIN
CONCERNS WILL BE FOR RAPID RISES ON SMALL STREAMS AND CREEKS ALONG
WITH POOLING OF WATER IN FLOOD PRONE AND LOW LYING AREAS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT ANTICIPATED.

$$
BOYD
01

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
425 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-011000-
JEFFERSON-WAYNE IL-EDWARDS-WABASH-PERRY IL-FRANKLIN-HAMILTON-
WHITE-JACKSON-WILLIAMSON-SALINE-GALLATIN-UNION IL-JOHNSON-POPE-
HARDIN-ALEXANDER-PULASKI-MASSAC-GIBSON-PIKE-POSEY-VANDERBURGH-
WARRICK-SPENCER-FULTON-HICKMAN-CARLISLE-BALLARD-MCCRACKEN-GRAVES-
LIVINGSTON-MARSHALL-CALLOWAY-CRITTENDEN-LYON-TRIGG-CALDWELL-
UNION KY-WEBSTER-HOPKINS-CHRISTIAN-HENDERSON-DAVIESS-MCLEAN-
MUHLENBERG-TODD-PERRY MO-BOLLINGER-CAPE GIRARDEAU-WAYNE MO-CARTER-
RIPLEY-BUTLER-STODDARD-SCOTT-MISSISSIPPI-NEW MADRID-
425 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS...SOUTHWEST INDIANA...WESTERN KENTUCKY AND SOUTHEAST
MISSOURI.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

THE PRIMARY HAZARD WITH ANY THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE HEAVY RAIN.
HOWEVER...A STRONGER STORM MAY PRODUCE LOCALLY GUSTY WINDS TO 50
MPH OR SMALL HAIL...PARTICULARLY THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING ALONG
AND EAST OF A MURRAY TO PADUCAH TO MOUNT VERNON ILLINOIS LINE.

FLOODING CONTINUES ON SEVERAL AREA RIVERS. PLEASE REFER TO THE
LATEST FLOOD STATEMENTS FOR DETAILS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

THERE IS A CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY. THE BEST CHANCE FOR
THUNDERSTORMS LOOKS TO BE WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY....WITH
HEAVY RAIN THE PRIMARY HAZARD. DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AND HAIL ARE
ALSO POSSIBLE AND AN ISOLATED TORNADO CANNOT BE RULED OUT.

RIVER FLOODING WILL CONTINUE. REFER TO THE FLOOD STATEMENTS FOR
DETAILS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS SHOULD MAINTAIN A BASIC WEATHER WATCH IN CASE THEIR
ACTIVATION IS REQUESTED.

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
415 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

KYZ044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-011100-
FLEMING-MONTGOMERY-BATH-ROWAN-ESTILL-POWELL-MENIFEE-ROCKCASTLE-
JACKSON-PULASKI-LAUREL-WAYNE-MCCREARY-WHITLEY-KNOX-BELL-HARLAN-
ELLIOTT-MORGAN-JOHNSON-WOLFE-MAGOFFIN-FLOYD-LEE-BREATHITT-KNOTT-
OWSLEY-PERRY-CLAY-LESLIE-LETCHER-MARTIN-PIKE-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FLEMINGSBURG...CAMARGO...
JEFFERSONVILLE...MOUNT STERLING...OWINGSVILLE...MOREHEAD...
IRVINE...RAVENNA...CLAY CITY...STANTON...FRENCHBURG...BRODHEAD...
MOUNT VERNON...MCKEE...ANNVILLE...BURNSIDE...SOMERSET...LONDON...
MONTICELLO...STEARNS...WHITLEY CITY...CORBIN...WILLIAMSBURG...
BARBOURVILLE...MIDDLESBORO...PINEVILLE...CUMBERLAND...HARLAN...
SANDY HOOK...WEST LIBERTY...PAINTSVILLE...CAMPTON...
SALYERSVILLE...PRESTONSBURG...WHEELWRIGHT...BEATTYVILLE...
JACKSON...HINDMAN...PIPPA PASSES...BOONEVILLE...HAZARD...
MANCHESTER...HYDEN...JENKINS...WHITESBURG...INEZ...COAL RUN...
ELKHORN CITY...PIKEVILLE...SOUTH WILLIAMSON
415 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE EARLY THIS MORNING FOR
AREAS NEAR THE TENNESSEE AND VIRGINIA STATE LINE.

THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE ENTIRE AREA FROM LATE
THIS MORNING THROUGH THIS EVENING. A FEW STORMS COULD BECOME
SEVERE PRODUCING DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AND LARGE HAIL.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.

THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE AT TIMES FROM WEDNESDAY THROUGH
MONDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ARE REQUESTED TO REPORT ANY INSTANCES OF STORM DAMAGE OR
LARGE HAIL TODAY AND THIS EVENING.

$$

RAY

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
400 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

INZ021-028>031-035>049-051>057-060>065-067>072-010800-
CARROLL-WARREN-TIPPECANOE-CLINTON-HOWARD-FOUNTAIN-MONTGOMERY-
BOONE-TIPTON-HAMILTON-MADISON-DELAWARE-RANDOLPH-VERMILLION-PARKE-
PUTNAM-HENDRICKS-MARION-HANCOCK-HENRY-VIGO-CLAY-OWEN-MORGAN-
JOHNSON-SHELBY-RUSH-SULLIVAN-GREENE-MONROE-BROWN-BARTHOLOMEW-
DECATUR-KNOX-DAVIESS-MARTIN-LAWRENCE-JACKSON-JENNINGS-
400 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR CENTRAL INDIANA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

OUTLOOK: THUNDERSTORMS POSSIBLE. SOME MAY BE SEVERE. FLOODING
CONTINUES.

HAZARDS: DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL...HEAVY RAIN...LIGHTNING. FLOODING
ALONG SOME STREAMS AND RIVERS.

TIMING: BEST CHANCES FOR SEVERE WILL BE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY
EVENING. THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE ANYTIME TODAY AND THEN MAINLY
THIS EVENING. FLOODING ONGOING.

DISCUSSION: A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE AREA BRINGING MORE
CHANCES FOR THUNDERSTORMS. SOME OF THE STORMS MAY BECOME
SEVERE...MAINLY ALONG AND SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 70. FLOODING WILL
CONTINUE ACROSS THE AREA FROM RECENT EXCESSIVE RAINFALL. FOR
INFORMATION ON RIVER FLOODING PLEASE SEE THE LATEST HYDROLOGIC
STATEMENT.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.

OUTLOOK: RIVER FLOODING WILL CONTINUE ALONG MANY AREA RIVERS.
THERE WILL BE CHANCES FOR THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS MOST OF CENTRAL
INDIANA THROUGH MONDAY. WIDESPREAD SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT
EXPECTED...HOWEVER LIGHTNING IS A THREAT FROM ANY THUNDERSTORM.

DISCUSSION: SIGNIFICANT RIVER FLOODING WILL CONTINUE ALONG MANY
AREA RIVERS THROUGH THE WEEK. SEE THE LATEST HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
FOR DETAILS. A SLOW MOVING FRONT ALONG WITH A SERIES OF UPPER
WAVES WILL KEEP CHANCES FOR THUNDERSTORMS IN THE FORECAST THROUGH
THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION MAY BE NEEDED THIS AFTERNOON.

&&

MORE INFORMATION...ALONG WITH OTHER WEATHER...HYDROLOGICAL AND
CLIMATE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND...AT HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/IND (ALL
LOWERCASE)

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOUISVILLE KY
339 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-010745-
ORANGE IN-WASHINGTON IN-SCOTT IN-JEFFERSON IN-DUBOIS IN-CRAWFORD IN-
PERRY IN-HARRISON IN-FLOYD IN-CLARK IN-HANCOCK KY-BRECKINRIDGE KY-
MEADE KY-OHIO KY-GRAYSON KY-HARDIN KY-BULLITT KY-JEFFERSON KY-
OLDHAM KY-TRIMBLE KY-HENRY KY-SHELBY KY-FRANKLIN KY-SCOTT KY-
HARRISON KY-SPENCER KY-ANDERSON KY-WOODFORD KY-FAYETTE KY-BOURBON KY-
NICHOLAS KY-NELSON KY-WASHINGTON KY-MERCER KY-JESSAMINE KY-CLARK KY-
LARUE KY-MARION KY-BOYLE KY-GARRARD KY-MADISON KY-BUTLER KY-
EDMONSON KY-HART KY-GREEN KY-TAYLOR KY-CASEY KY-LINCOLN KY-LOGAN KY-
WARREN KY-SIMPSON KY-ALLEN KY-BARREN KY-MONROE KY-METCALFE KY-
ADAIR KY-RUSSELL KY-CUMBERLAND KY-CLINTON KY-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...PAOLI...SALEM...SCOTTSBURG...MADISON...
JASPER...MARENGO...TELL CITY...CORYDON...NEW ALBANY...
JEFFERSONVILLE...HAWESVILLE...HARDINSBURG...BRANDENBURG...
BEAVER DAM...LEITCHFIELD...ELIZABETHTOWN...FORT KNOX...
MOUNT WASHINGTON...SHEPHERDSVILLE...LOUISVILLE...LA GRANGE...
BEDFORD...NEW CASTLE...SHELBYVILLE...FRANKFORT...GEORGETOWN...
CYNTHIANA...TAYLORSVILLE...LAWRENCEBURG...VERSAILLES...LEXINGTON...
PARIS...CARLISLE...BARDSTOWN...SPRINGFIELD...HARRODSBURG...
NICHOLASVILLE...WINCHESTER...HODGENVILLE...LEBANON...DANVILLE...
LANCASTER...RICHMOND...MORGANTOWN...BROWNSVILLE...MUNFORDVILLE...
GREENSBURG...CAMPBELLSVILLE...LIBERTY...STANFORD...RUSSELLVILLE...
BOWLING GREEN...FRANKLIN...SCOTTSVILLE...GLASGOW...TOMPKINSVILLE...
EDMONTON...COLUMBIA...JAMESTOWN...BURKESVILLE...ALBANY
339 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015 /239 AM CDT TUE JUN 30 2015/

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL
INDIANA AND CENTRAL KENTUCKY.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

PATCHY FOG IS EXPECTED ACROSS SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL KENTUCKY
UNTIL MID MORNING. THE FOG MAY BE LOCALLY DENSE IN THE TYPICAL FOG
PRONE AND LOW-LYING AREAS.

ANOTHER ROUND OF STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS IS POSSIBLE THIS
AFTERNOON INTO THIS EVENING. LOCALIZED DAMAGING WINDS AND HEAVY
RAINFALL WILL BE THE MAIN THREATS...ALONG WITH HAIL.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.

ANOTHER ROUND OF STRONG STORMS IS POSSIBLE ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING. THEN...ADDITIONAL ROUNDS OF THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE
POSSIBLE MAINLY EACH AFTERNOON AND EVENING THROUGH EARLY NEXT
WEEK.

SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF RAINFALL COULD OCCUR OVER THE COMING DAYS
FOR AREAS THAT SEE REPEATED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. THE MAIN
CONCERNS WILL BE FOR RAPID RISES ON SMALL STREAMS AND CREEKS ALONG
WITH POOLING OF WATER IN FLOOD PRONE AND LOW LYING AREAS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT ANTICIPATED.

&&

MORE INFORMATION...ALONG WITH OTHER WEATHER...HYDROLOGICAL AND
CLIMATE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND...AT WEATHER.GOV/LOUISVILLE.

$$

RJS/BJS

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
329 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

NCZ060-061-TNZ012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-VAZ001-002-
005-006-008-010730-
CHEROKEE-CLAY-SCOTT TN-CAMPBELL-CLAIBORNE-HANCOCK-HAWKINS-
SULLIVAN-JOHNSON-MORGAN-ANDERSON-UNION-GRAINGER-HAMBLEN-
NORTHWEST COCKE-COCKE SMOKY MOUNTAINS-NORTHWEST GREENE-
SOUTHEAST GREENE-WASHINGTON TN-UNICOI-NORTHWEST CARTER-
SOUTHEAST CARTER-ROANE-LOUDON-KNOX-JEFFERSON-NW BLOUNT-
BLOUNT SMOKY MOUNTAINS-NORTH SEVIER-SEVIER SMOKY MOUNTAINS-
SEQUATCHIE-BLEDSOE-RHEA-MEIGS-MCMINN-NORTHWEST MONROE-
SOUTHEAST MONROE-MARION-HAMILTON-BRADLEY-WEST POLK-EAST POLK-LEE-
WISE-SCOTT-RUSSELL-WASHINGTON-
329 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHWEST NORTH
CAROLINA...EAST TENNESSEE AND SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT...

NUMEROUS AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE
EXPECTED AS AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE MOVES OVER THE AREA. THERE
IS A POTENTIAL FOR A FEW SEVERE STORMS...WITH LARGE HAIL AND
DAMAGNING WIND GUSTS POSSIBLE. HEAVY RAIN AND FREQUENT LIGHTNING
CAN BE EXPECTED WITH MOST STORMS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY...

AN UPPER TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL REMAIN ACROSS THE EASTERN
UNITED STATES FOR MUCH OF THE WEEK. SEVERAL ROUNDS OF DISTURBANCES
MOVING AROUND THE TROUGH WILL BRING SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS EACH DAY...ESPECIALLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND
EVENING HOURS.

A CHANCE OF STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS EXISTS EACH DAY...WITH
THE MAIN CONCERN BEING STRONG DOWNBURSTS WINDS...TORRENTIAL
RAINS...AND FREQUENT LIGHTNING. LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING IS
POSSIBLE...WITH THE GREATEST RISK OF FLOODING EXPECTED TO BE
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION MAY BE NEEDED AT TIMES FROM THIS AFTERNOON
THROUGH THURSDAY.

$$

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