Flood Potential Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Northern Indiana
242 PM EDT Sun Jul 9 2017 /142 PM CDT Sun Jul 9 2017/

...Heavy Rain and Flooding Possible Through Midweek...

Periods of showers and thunderstorms are expected from Monday
through Wednesday. Storm total rainfall amounts of 2 to 4 inches
are possible throughout much of the area through midweek with
localized higher amounts. Water levels on many area rivers are at
elevated levels, particularly across portions of the Wabash and
Kankakee basins from heavy rainfall this past Friday. Any additional
heavy rainfall early this week would lead to renewed river
flooding, and a potential of some rivers to experience minor to
moderate flooding. Additional heavy rainfall would likely
exacerbate lowland flooding across the area, and if higher
rainfall amounts occur during this period, a more extensive flood
risk is possible for portions of the area. There is still a good
deal of uncertainty regarding locations that will receive the
heaviest rainfall. Stay tuned to the latest forecasts concerning
the heavy rain and flood potential for the early and middle
portions of this week.


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